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Old 02-17-2007
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Still have a problem with my 4x4...

Alright so I got the hubs from Sniper today and got the new pass side in. I inspected the hub that I put in and I saw nothing wrong with it...that I could tell. I still don't have 4wd though. I can hear the t-case engage and start to spin but still no 4wd. Thoughts?
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Could be the vacuum lines. I've been told those can rot out. Not sure how much they are to replace... but might want to start there.
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Any luck man?
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I haven't checked it yet. Been busy at a friends house getting ready for the Daytona 500. LOL

I'll let ya know. :D
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Hey just a quick question.

Did to ever try the pulse vacuum fix?

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ead.php?t=9211
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Hey just a quick question.

Did to ever try the pulse vacuum fix?

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ead.php?t=9211
Yeah I already did it to both of my hubs now.
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Is it working?
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i would say you have a vacuum line that is broke, off its fitting, or rotted in 2...
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Is it working?
Didn't have a chance to check the lines today. I'll probably check them tomorrow. Suppose to be close to 40* here tomorrow!
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Nah.. I was more wondering it was working as you just did the Pulse Vacuum fix.... but apparently that's a no go....
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