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4 wheel drive actuator?

4 wheel drive actuator?

Postby jonnykdiesel [OP] » Dec 13 2011, 8:55pm

how hard is it to change the 4 wheel drive actuator in a 99 sierra 1500. and how do you do it?
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Re: 4 wheel drive actuator?

Postby DRK4X4 » Dec 14 2011, 2:50am

I did one in a 96 model, not sure if it is different on the 99's or not. But on the 96, I just unplugged it and screwed it out and then put the new one in and plugged it back up.
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