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2004 Sport Trac stuck 4x4 low

Driving the truck this morning was no problem. However, getting in at lunch the dumbie light stated it was in 4low. The 4x4 knob on the dash shows in 2WD still though. Its driving really rough, trying hard to do the 4x4 work when it doesnt have to and I cant get it out of 4x4low for the life of me. I tried backing up about 20-30feet, no change. I tried (in neutral) to change from 4low, 4high then back 2wd, no change. HELP!!

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Start the vehicle put the 4x4 switch to the position the light on the dash states it is in. then put it in nuetral, hold your foot on the brake switch the 4x4 switch back to 2wd wait a few seconds and the light on the dash should switch back to 2wd. and you should be back in 2wd

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Nothing is helping me is their a main panel connecting all of theis pls help

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Try disconnecting the battery terminals, cleaning them, then start your truck, put it in neutral, and try switching out of 4x4 low. Seemed to work for me.

Posted on Dec 22, 2008

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