I started our 98 Chevy blazer was in 4wheel drive and had not been engaged. When I pressed the button on dash to put in 2wd lights start flashing and won't change right away had keep trying to get it

Asked by Mar 18, 2015 at 08:34 AM about the 1998 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LS 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Started my 98 Chevy blazer this
morning and was in 4wd it has done
this couple times since we got car,
when pushing button to switch to
2wd you can hear the electronics
trying to change but the lights flash
over and over and I have to keep
trying two or three times to get it
back in 2wd. Could fluids needing
change cause this what is going
wrong???? Need some help so we
can fix thanks for help

3 Answers

18,515

Probably the shift motor

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could be vacuum problem. have 2001 blazer 4 wheel would not engage lights blinked. vacuum hose was off by firewall

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10

Had same problem with mine. I changed the actuator and it worked great

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