Question about 2005 Ford Expedition
We have checked and replaced the vacuum relay? on the fire wall . we have vacuum going down to the wheels but the will not spin! what else can we try?
I had the same prob. on my 97 Expedition. Most likely if you have vacuum to both solenoids on the firewall (both must have vacuum) then it is probably the "actuator" located on the front differential. If you really want to check, put the truck up on jackstands-all four wheels. Put it into 4WD and take notice if the front driveshaft is spinning. If it is, its the actuator on the front diff. If not, probaby the transfer case and its associated hardware. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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