Question about Ford F-350
Please be more specific. How is it not working right? Does it make strange noises when you use it? If so where does the noise come from? What kind of noise is it? (clicking, chunking, squeeling, etc.) In order for someone to be of help, we will need to know a little more. Thank you.
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 4 wheel drive not working
when you engage it in 4 wheel make sure you are getting vacuum to the acuator just pull the hose off and feel to see if there is vacuum if not check all vacuum hoses
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
if it is electronic there is probably something wrong with the wiring..
but if it is manual...it might be the actuator........
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
Hi, You will need to take to mitsubishi dealer and have them scan your diagnostics. But this is a common thing in montero's and it sounds like o ring (which is plastic) in transfer case has busted. As long as it switches in and out of 4 wheel drive it is ok to drive. If it doesn't, dont drive it...it could cause alot of damage.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
Your four wheel drive push button system has only 3 components, so there is a way to narrow down what is blowing the fuse:
the system includes the push button panel and indicator light, the shift control module, and the shift control motor.
The shift control motor is the only part that can draw enough current to blow the fuse. If for some reason the transfer case is jambed up, that could blow the fuse too...So if you are planning on attempting repair yourself:
first, unplug the connector off of the shift control motor, and see if the fuse still blows.. if not, then remove the shift control motor from the side of the transfer case and plug it back in to the harness and see if the fuse blows. If so, then the shift control motor is bad, if the fuse doesnt blow then you need to check out your transfer case.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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