I have a 2003 tracker 4wd I read the articles about others symptoms my front axles arent spinning but the front drive shaft does when 4wd engaged My dad said he looked in the front left side of engine

Asked by Feb 23, 2017 at 01:59 PM about the 2003 Chevrolet Tracker Base 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2003 tracker 4 cyl  4wd front wheels not turning when engaged the front drive shaft is spinning. I know there is a pump or actuater thats suppose to engage the fr axles. Is it located in front ride side of engine has a line coming off it ? I seen earlier respose someone said they had a pump at the rear of there tracker by license plate I found what i think is pump in front passenger side and pulled the hose no pressure or vacuum coming out it would that be the problem? Anything else i need to check?

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That should engage the automatic locking hubs. Find out why there is no vacuum and you'll have it fixed. Don

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