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You need to check for a bad fuse or relay. Also there may be a speed sensor problem in the transfer case. Perform an OBDII scan before doing any repairs. this stuff is complicated and expensive. Let the ODBII scan be your guide to avoid buying parts you don't need. The 4WD drive train and axels, should have been serviced at 80,000 miles. (2004 ?)

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on Jun 18, 2017


I don't know what year your truck is but most 4wd engagement are controlled by the computer--take to advance auto have them put it on the computer to check system codes--you may have another issue arise do to the wiring being shorted when they were cut.

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on Jun 11, 2017


Wheel alignment is out of specs. Loose front end parts

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on May 20, 2017


Try google search

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on Dec 06, 2016


Check the brake light activation switch

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on Apr 05, 2016


I describe this for a Ranger, but it is similar for your machine
It is pretty straight forward. The Ranger has front disc brakes.
If possible spray everything with brake cleaner to reduce asbestos dust as you work on the brakes. Best not to breathe in any of the nasty debris on the brakes and caliper. If I have them I wear nitril gloves for less mess on the hands.
Take the wheel off. The caliper holds the brake pads. On mine it is two large allen bolts at the inside of the caliper to take it off. You don't have to remove both allen bolts--take off one and then loosen the other. The caliper can then be rotated off the rotor. Now you can remove the rotor--it may have a screw holding it on still--remove that and pull it off the wheel hub.(Sometimes they can be stuck on, but they pretty much are just hanging onto the wheel hub studs) Do one at a time and then if you have any issues, look at the other one. The brake pads themselves kind of snap into place in the caliper. Remove the old ones noting any orientation issues and any shims--some of them come with thin plate shims that fit behind them. When you are ready to replace the pads, you need to use a clamp to drive the caliper piston back so that the pads on the cliper will fit onto the new rotor when they are rotated back. Make sure the bolts on the caliper are tight.
You may want to have the rotors turned--machined flat again--or buy new ones--you can always turn your old ones for next time too.
There rear are less essential since most of the stopping is from the front--let me know if this helps- to push my rating u

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on Jun 09, 2015


check for a bad fan clutch and or auxillary electric ac fan under the hood.. the recirculation door may not be actuating on the side of the evaporator case

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on Apr 28, 2015


Take it to autozone or some such and they will run a reset for free

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on Apr 09, 2015


You have a bad blower motor resistor ! It's near the blower motor ! has four wire connector to it ! The orange an black wire at the blower motor comes from the resistor !

Blower Motor Resistor 1AHBR00036

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on Apr 07, 2015


Yes, sounds like you have a loose or bad connection somewhere in the systems you have worked on. Corroded connection surfaces can cause strange things. Double check all your work. Polish or scrape all connection surfaces to bright metal. Road salt is a strong corrosion agent.

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on Mar 05, 2015


It is for sure that the front collision has done the damage to all the sections mentioned and it was important that before you took delivery of the car a proper trial test run was important. It will be best to get this back and have it checked to rectify the above faults.possible cable , sensor, gear could be damged and might need replacement.

2004 Ford F250 | Answered on Jan 28, 2015

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