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Old 04-23-2014, 03:36 PM   #31
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If I recall right, I think the front hubs on a '95 were engaged by an actuator that had a tendency to freeze up when it was cold out. Just an FYI
Thanks. I know nothing about 4wd systems. Drove a Tahoe around Baghdad for 8 months but seldom needed 4wd. I'll keep this in mind as I'll be using this truck more in winter for hunting. It has a lever on the floor with 4 high, 2 high and 4 low.

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The llever on the floor is preferable to me than a switch on the dash. Nothing like positive mechanical engagement.
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