4X4, V-6, AUTO, CARB, 104,200M.

1987 Dodge Dakota

Tiny

crazyclyde

April, 15, 2006 AT 10:10 AM

My 1987 Dakota will not come out of 4-wheel High
and back into 2-wheel drive without my having to
stop, kill the engine and wait several seconds.
Someone said the front differential vacuum actuator
should be replaced. Has anyone had this problem
and fixed it himself? C38clark@hotmail. Com

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Tiny

losone

April, 15, 2006 AT 5:08 PM

I have talked to someone with the problem and it was a vacuum hose going to the actuator.

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