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Ford f250 four wheel drive electric selector problem. Will not shift out of four wheel low.

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I have 2006 f250 4x4 will not engage unless i lock in hubs. once hubs locked in i can engage 4x4 by using electronic selector. why will it not engage when hubs are in auto and electronic selector is on 4high

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If you have a auto trans you must be at a complete stop, shift to nuetral, shift 4wd seletor to 4H, then press brake pedal. if it does not disengage, release brake and then press brake pedal. on my truck i sometimes have to let it roll or move a few feet and try again.

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I had this problem in my 97 f 250 4X4 and found all I had to do was make sure I had the truck in park and the 4 wheel drive selector worked perfect.

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