Question about Ford F-150
It can be the actuator swith located at the transfer case . or it can be the hubs themselves. Ford recommends that the hubs be cleaned at least once a year or more if the 4 wheel is used often.They are not that hard to remove and clean.And lubricate. If you do use grease do not pack the grease inside the hub.Here is a site that may help .aa1car.com/library/2004/bf60414.htm . Add the http:// www dot. if this helps you vote an answer
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