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SOURCE: 1998 ford ranger 4x4 Front Axle hubs will not engage

I found a website that explaned that you can remove the hub and dust cover, inside is a spring which holds the hub out, removing this spring and replacing the rubber dust cover and hub will lock your front hubs in continious. as is done on later models, This has worked for my 98 4wd

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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SOURCE: warn manual hub install 2000 f-250

When you turn the knob to 4x4 the transfer case will engage then it will also activate the vacuum for the hubs. the truck will kick to a lower gear with transfer case engaged but the hubs are not. thats where the manual hubs come in you will have to lock them in order to spin the wheel.

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

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SOURCE: transder case not enganing

check the electric motor on the rear of the transfer case, this is what engages the t case into and out of 4wd, it is not uncommon to find the plastic stop disentigrated at the actuator arm,which is what "tells" the control module it is "good to go" go to 1993 ford explorer xlt problem here at fixya and look at similar problem for a better idea /repair on your situation . it uses the same type of actuator

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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SOURCE: banging noise in 4 wheel drive under torque. front hub questions.

Hello scotch1812, those of us that still enjoy the square headlights have to stick together! The front axle in our YJ's are dana 30 with a high pinion! The high pinion make the ring and pinion spin in a reverse rotation from the dana 30 found in CJ and TJ Jeeps. When Chrysler designed the YJ front axle, they removed the manual hubs like those found in CJ models and installed a vacuum disconnect on the passenger side axle shaft. The passenger side axle shaft is 2 piece with a sleeve that is moved into place to connect the 2 pieces of axle shaft when you shift the transfer case into 4 wheel drive. This is done via a vacuum module mounted on the axle housing. If your module diaphram goes bad you have no 4WD! If your vacuum hose comes off of the module or breaks you have no 4WD. Now when your transfer case is in 2WD the front driveshaft does not turn. The vacuum disconnect allows this to happen. As for the hubs, they are simply hubs with sealed bearings and a universal joint to allow your front wheels to turn left and right. If you hear the banging noise in 2WD it could be a bad universal joint in one of your axle shafts.

Now if you are hearing the banging noise only when you are in 4WD there could be a number of reasons. You could have a broken axle shaft or a bad bearing in your ring and pinion. Your front driveshaft could be bent or at least not straight. I would start with the driveshaft. Just lay under the Jeep (Not running! With emergency brake set!) and spin the front driveshaft. If it spins true and doesn't have an out of round rotation we can rule that out! Also, grab it and push it and pull it to check to see if your universal joints in the drive shaft are gor and tight! They can make a grinding noise or popping noise if they are bad!

Try these and let me know what you find! We will find your problem!

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SOURCE: removing auto hubs form my 1996 ford bronco and

large O-ring that holds in the lockout,just on other side of outside cover with 6 allen head or torque screws,little snap ring around the axel shaft outside end of spline,everything you see all the way to the ratchet nut that holds the rotor-hub on.The ratchet nut has 4 notches in it,stop there way inside.

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How do ii disengage 4 locked 4wd..


Hi Rick:
Depending on the vehicle, there may be externally locking (warn) hubs on the front wheels. These have to be manually dis-engaged at the wheel hubs by rotating a fitting at the center of the hub. Otherwise, there should be a shift lever or switch inside the vehicle that will dis-engage the 4WD

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Warn hubs, installation


Warn Hubs Installation
A truck or SUV with a four-wheel drive suspension uses locking hubs on the front wheels to engage or disengage the front axle shafts from the hubs. This way, you can drive the truck normally with just rear-wheel drive, or engage four-wheel drive mode when you want to drive off-road. These hubs can wear out, and one improvement is to install a set of Warn hubs. Installing a set of Warn hubs takes about an hour.
1.Park the truck and put on the parking brake. Lift the front of the truck with the jack and put the jack stands under the front axle. Take off the front wheels with the tire iron and put them to the side.
2.Disengage the locking hubs using your hands by turning the knob on the hubs. Remove the snap rings holding the hub locks in place with the snap-ring pliers. Pull the hub off the axle.
3.Install the lock ring wheel from the Warn hub kit in the axle with the factory snap ring and the snap-ring pliers.
4.Make sure the Warn locking cap dial is turned to the "Free' position. Install the locking cap onto the lock ring wheel and hub body with a hex-head key. Reinstall the front wheels with the tire iron and lower the vehicle off the jack stands with the jack.
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4wd not engaging


Hi,

I have a 2000 Sportage EX, had the same trouble.

The 4wd works by Vacuum lines(rubber hoses) that uses air to lock the front hubs in.

Usually the rubber hose line behind the front tires at hub to the frame become dry rot,cracked---replace them and try it.

If hoses still good or replaced and still not working----there is a Vacuum pump under the hood near brake master cylinder(driver side on inner fender near windshield)---It looks like the size of a "D" flashlight battery with hoses attached and a single wire connected to bottom of it----sometimes these little pumps go bad too.

Other than that the Front hubs(automatic) might be bad(like a leaky air bag that wont inflate to lock hubs)---this can be a costly replace.

One last resort to avoid all this hassle----get a manual "WARN" locking hubs put on car(about $150)---this way you can lock the hubs manually by a 1/4 turn slot at each front tire to go in 4wd when needed.

Good luck---hope this helps.



Jan 19, 2010 | 2000 Kia Sportage

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Auto locking hub sucks is there a aftermarket manual locking hub kit


Unlike the 97-03 MY F-150s, the 04-08 MY use vacuum to hold the IWE ( Integrated Wheel End ) out, and once vacuum is removed the IWE spring engages the gears to lock the wheels to the front axle.

I have not seen a replacement front axle with manual hubs yet, checking Warn's site. Maybe check with Warn, but from the application list, 1996 was the last F-150 hub conversion kit they make. SuperDuty is 04, but that is an option from Ford up until 04.

Jan 06, 2010 | 2004 Ford F150

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the front hubs aren't locking. try replacing with WARN industries manual locking hubs. the auto hubs slip out a lot

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2000 sportage 4wd---can't buy manual hubs?


Warn.com manual hub Part #W3660247, Auto hub Part #W3661918 Fit 95-02. I have an 02 with warn auto locking hubs.

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95 dodge 2500 4x4 front axle clicks in 2wd not 4wd when engaged


Do you have automatic locking hubs? Do you need to turn hubs on wheels in order to have 4 wheel drive work? If all you do to get in 4wd is move shifter, then you have automatic locking hubs. The clicking indicates that the hubs are not fully disingaging. To check, block rear wheels, jack front up, and turn tire. the axle should not be turning...if it is, hub is still ingaged....time for new hubs.....if hubs are bad, and you want to save money, you can purchase a set of manual hubs made by (WARN)...its more than half the cost, but you will have to turn hubs to lock and unlock manually. Note...you still need to use the gear selector to put and take out 4wd.

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Your front hubs are automatic locking hubs, and the gears are hard nylon. These hubs break very easily, therefore causing you to lose your front wheel drive in 4 high, or 4 low. If you replace the hubs with "WARN (name brand) " manual locking hubs, you will never have the issue again. Of course, you will have to get out of the truck and manually lock the hubs, but they are metal gears, and much more durable. I've personally seen the issue several times, and changing the hubs has resolved the issue every time.

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No 4x4 F-150 Lariat 2002


To check if the transfer case is locked in jack up the front wheels and turn them. if they turn freely it probably is the hub(s) The hub locks the front wheel to the axleshaft. I fitted mine with warn manual hubs due to reliability of auto hubs...

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Front hubs sticking in locked position need to rebuild, How to and any suggested parts for replacement


replace your auto/lock hubs with WARN manual lock hubs,this will save you hunderds.as long as you dont mind having to get out to lock in. NAPA.

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