Question about 1991 Ford F250
I have a 1991 Ford F-250 4X4 XLT Lariat Pickup. One day when messing around in the snow. I drove the passenger side up onto a snow bank, both passenger side tires were deep in the snow and started to spin and both driver side tires were on dry pavement. I put it in 4 high with the front hubs both locked and neither driver side tire appeared to have power to them. Today, however, in 2 high, my driver side rear tire had power and was slipping on the snow. What am I missing here?
Hi there , in order for your 4 wheel to work you have to drive a couple feet for everything to lock. If you are already stuck and you put it into 4 wheel, it won't engage. hope this helps you out
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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