What does a 4×4 Posi Lock do?
4×4 Posi-Lok is a permanent replacement for the failure prone O.E. vacuum and electric front axle engagement systems. Allows you to engage the front axle from inside the cab. Engagement every time because you are in direct control.
How does a Posi Lock cable work?
4×4 Posi-Lok is simple and easy to install and allows you to engage your front axle from inside the cab. After engaging the transfer case, a one-inch pull of the 4×4 Posi-Lok cable ensures the front axles are connected. This system puts the driver in direct control of the 4-wheel drive front axle engagement.
What does the transfer case actuator do?
The GM Genuine Original Equipment Transfer Case Actuators are electric motors that perform transfer case shifting in electronically controlled four-wheel drive systems. They are located on the outside of the four-wheel drive transfer case housing.
How do I test my 4 wheel drive actuator?
There are many different Chevy Actuators, but the one you need to test is located on top of your vehicle. Test it by pressing with a finger and seeing if there’s any resistance – this will show that the actuator has not gone bad or lost its power!
Is 4×4 Posi-Lok the only sure thing?
Whether you use your 4-wheel drive once a year or daily, 4×4 Posi-Lok is the only sure thing. What is 4×4 Posi-Lok? 4×4 Posi-Lok is a permanent replacement for the failure prone O.E. vacuum and electric front axle engagement systems.
How do I engage 4-wheel drive with 4×4 Posi-Lok?
After engaging the transfer case, a one inch pull of the 4×4 Posi-Lok cable connects the right front axle to the intermediate shaft using the shift collar and fork, and 4-wheel drive is engaged! Simply reverse the procedure to disengage 4-wheel drive. 4×4 Posi-Lok also works great with lockers!
Is the Posi-lok a Posi-trac?
It is not a posi-trac or locker. Simple and easy to install. 4×4 Posi-Lok was featured in Two Guys Garage “Getting Ready for Winter” series starring Sam Memmolo and Dave McBride. The episode aired on the Speed Channel.