Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
A couple of weeks ago my 4wd lights started flashing while I was driving home from work the explorer acted like it didn't want to move it was very hesitant and made a whining sound I thought maybe it was stuck in 4wd drive so I made sure that the 4wd drive was not on. The next time I drove the truck it was fine nothing new then yesterday I was driving the truck to work and the 4wd drive lights started flashing again the the rpm started to drop then the motor died I tried to restart it and when I did there was a load banging noise that sounded like it came from the transmisson area now the truck will not start at all I had to have it towed home. What could it be?
I know the 4wd lights flash a code and I have replaced a transfer case control module on one before but as for the clunk and engine dying maybe it is a combination of more than one problem
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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