Question about 2002 Ford Explorer Sport
My 2002 Ford Explorer Sport has an automatic 4 wheel drive. The 4x4 has had very little to no use and never anything difficult. Pulled my yard tractor out of a minor problem in the fall and work fine. Suddenly, first snow of the year and no 4x4. Checked all the fuses and they are fine. Dealership wants $92.00 just to diagnosis the problem. Can you recommended any checks that I may be missing. I may be simply overlooking something very simple. I do not believe that there is anything majorly wrong with the 4x4.....probably a simple electrical wire or switch. Sure could use some professional advice before some scam tries to rip me off for more that the care is worth! By the way, explorer is in great condition, low mileage, been real well taken care of and my wife loves it. What else could I ask for? This car has nexver been off road and it is in terrific condition.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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