Stop the vehicle, put it in neutral, depress the clutch (if a manual transmission), pull the transfer case lever back one position from the 2HI position.
You grab the handle and pull it into the 4hi position.
The switch that controls the brightness of the dash illumination also can turn on the dome light when turned all the way in one direction. That switch may be on.
What i do is put it in reverse and go about 10 feet and brake a little hard then put it in drive. it always works for me when that happens
You must be in neutral to switch it into 4hi
No, not without changing the front fenders as well.
can I put a 99 Chevy 4l60e transmission in my 86 k5 chevy blazer
It is mounted on the TOP of the STARTER.
unleaded. 87 octane unless in high alltitude
well first you need to determine if it's actually 4wd. if it is there are 2 things: there might be 4x4 buttons on the dash or you may have a stick shifter to do that. whatever the case, 4wd high is the best one to use. now, how to get there - if you have 3 buttons that say 2HI, 4HI, or 4LO then just press the 4HI or 4LO button, whatever you prefer. almost the same with the shifter, but with the shifter you need to stop the blazer completely and shift from 2wd to the 4wd gear of your choice.
i have 2004 blazer in ammman Jordan not more than 87 miles per gallon.
I know I have to be stopped and in park to go in/out of 4 low, but I don't have to turn off the engine. If yours is a stick shift the pilot shaft might have just enough friction to turn the gears when the clutch is in. There just might not be anything to do about it.