start checking the hoses on the cad.
On 2005-12-11 09:02, JustRamIt wrote:
:withstupid: Probably your CAD. If its in 4wd the front driveshaft will not turn with the wheels on the ground.
On 2005-12-12 16:03, GlenC wrote:
What do you mean the drive shaft wont turn with the wheels on the ground?
Isnt the 4x4 linked somehow to the cruise control as as far as vacuum? My cruise works fine. Another stupid question. Where is the 4x4 light? Is it in the dash cluster or down below?
On 2005-12-12 16:34, Robert97dodge wrote:
On a 97' the 4wd light will be to the right of the steering wheel. Not up by the speedometer. Also what you need to do is when you put it in 4wd make sure that you cant reach down and turn the front driveshaft by hand. If you can then you have a problem in your transfer case not engaging. Next with it in 4wd pull the vacuum lines off of the CAD and stick your fingers over them and see if the hoses will suck your fingers to them. You should be able to feel. If you then your CAD is not engageing and need to replaced or you may be able to pull it off and slide the fork back and forth and put it back on and it may work. If your truck has been sitting for a couple months so that may be your problem.