Mine was on the passenger side housing, and there were I think 2 vacuum lines. You could disengage if you hooked a vacuum pump up to one of them.Yeah, I did the whole back up to unlock em thing, I'll have to crawl under there tomorrow and check and see if it has a vacuum actuator.
These trucks don't have locking/unlocking hubs. Backing up does nothing. Pop off your hub cap and you'll see a big nut. No locking hubs. Even in 2wd, your front axle and driveshaft spin. The only disconnect point is the transfer case.did you back up and unlock the hubs? after you engage 4wd on automatic hubs, you have to back them up, and unlock them, or atleast i thought you did, correct me if im wrong... opcorn:
You don't have a vacuum actuator on the front axle either. Only 1994 to 2001 trucks had those. 2003 trucks have a live axle.Yeah, I did the whole back up to unlock em thing, I'll have to crawl under there tomorrow and check and see if it has a vacuum actuator.
Bingo! x2I would suggest another inspection of the front axle u-joints again. As said these are live front axles. Nothing to disconnect other than transfer case engagement. Jack the front of the truck up and do another inspection. A bad axle joint will cause your steering wheel to rock while cornering. It doesn't take much. You may not even hear the joint, but the wheel will tell the truth.