Ruben Lemus: if that part goes out will it make the 4x4 light on cluster not turn on? or has nothing to do with the light?
MoparMan17: Did yours come with new "forks" and housing? Or did you just clean it up?
Steve Johnson: im going to drill a hole in the face of the actuator and thread a coarse metal screw into place until it manually engages my front axle. Quick fix.
BLAYKE WILLIAMS: Does that have the maual transfercase cause i gotta replace mine in my 98 dodge 1500 cause my front wheels wont spin
Justin Moorefield: I think I'm needing to replace mine man, is the actuator supposed to be loose in anyway or tight?
mopars23: my 98 dodge 1500 runs in park,then u put it in gear and it stalls out!could this be the problem with mine?
FREEDOMFAN229: Great video. My diaphragm was full of rust...(izzat why the kids have red hair?)
Suzie Queue: Was he working on that from inside the truck or underneath?
Arcitc Rider 5: Something I would suggest is making sure that your vacuum lines are cleared of any fluids. I thought it was weird that after about 20,000 miles the 4wd was starting to go out again. And after removing the vacuum lines, i inspected them for cracks and pin holes, and found nothing. I then preceded to wash them out, and i found a milky white-ish oily substance in them. And after clearing them, the 4wd worked again just like it came off the show room floor.
Yamaha Rider: perfect test at the end hahah
Kyle Dupont: it was low diff fluid that had a paste like consistency which prevented the arm to slide back and fourth. cleaned it and topped it off and it works again
Kyle Dupont: any body know how much vaccum should be there? I have -10 psi on each line depending on if its in 4wd or 2 and I want to be sure that's enough before I replace that thing. it was working fine until it got cold outside
Edward Yasko: Thank you, you helped me more then you know. My hats off to you.
jordon barry: good video
precinct 1 baltimore county residents: U never explained the black clips that go on the fork tips
Richard Cowtails: great job, thx
chuck stowe: Enjoyedit, informative, would have like to have seen closer film age of the removal/install on the axle shaft. Thanks you guys for showing.
Joey Rakas: Thank you for this :) Cummins 4 Life :P
Hayden Thayer: Could you do a video of the vacuum line going from the transfer case to the axle?
Dajuan Seabrooks: I'm doing this right now, however I do not know where the large vacuum hose connects to. When I got underneath the truck the large rubber hose was not connected to anything.
Front Axle 4 Wheel Drive Actuator Replacement 4x4 Dodge Ram5
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