Question about 2006 Ford F-150
When i turn sharp my truck stops, only when i'm in 4wd
Do u have it in 4x4 on dry pavement? If that's the case, u should use 4x4 mode only in snow, off road, etc. The 'problem' is that all 4 wheels are trying to rotate the same revolutions , and the 2 wheels on the inside of the turn have a shorter distance to travel. This usually results in a sort of lurching feel as the truck goes forward, sort of like it's being held back. Does this sound like what's going on? If it does, just avoid sharp turns on dry pavement when in 4x4. Let me know if this does not help.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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