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Need a diagram for warn locking hubs for a ford f-250 4x4 1990 model

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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.

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u can put warn lockouts in i put them in my 2000 superduty

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SOURCE: need wiring diagram for 1990 ford f-250 4x4

If you are looking for a complete wiring harness diagram then faxonautoliterature has the original Ford service manual for your truck which has complete diagrams in it. If you are looking for components to check then Haynes Diesel Engine Repair Manual, part # 10330 has good diagrams of components and terminals pinpointed for testing purposes as well as the specs for those tests and a good diagnostic section. Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 18, 2009

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