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86 s 10 blazer 4wd front axle will not engage. transfer case is engaging?

86 s 10 blazer 4wd front axle will not engage. transfer case is engaging?

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Check the solenoid on the front axle. it's notorious for failing or getting stuck. It is what actually engages the front axle. Also there is a switch on the transfer case that is bad about failing. It is what powers up the solenoid.
May 28, 2018
actually the 86 yr model uses vaccum to operate actuator that pulls the cable to engage the differential, it has 4 vaccum hoses and a vaccum switch mounted on transfer case, check all the hoses, the actuato is mounted on passengerside inner fender well, you will see a hose on one end and a rubber plunger looking thing thats the actuator, the opposite end of it is the cable you can puul by hand and use vise grips to hold in place to operate 4wd
May 28, 2018
revome the battery and battery tray . that will let you gain acess to the cable that engages the front end . the cable could be broke or stuck . maybe this will help you
May 28, 2018
When not having enough iron during one's period the flow can be super heavy and cause a great deal of pain with the cramping. By increasing the amount of iron during that time by eating things like spinach, raisins, and peanut butter (if not allergic to peanuts of course) it helps your body store iron to help slow the amount of flow down which then eases the cramping. If one goes in to iron overload they may end up with a condition called hematochromatosis which can cause a great deal of problems and one has to be careful how much iron they take in. This condition tends to be pretty rare from what I've read. I would recommend checking with your doctor as well to see what they say.
May 28, 2018
I don't think you can really have too much iron, I guess unless you over does on Iron supplements or something. When you have your period you iron levels drop due to the loss of blood, usually not dangerously if you are healthy though. Having a iron deficiency will make your periods heavier. Having too much iron will just make you very very sick, I don't know what it will do to your periods.
May 28, 2018

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