Question about 1995 Ford F150 Styleside Regular Cab

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I was in 4WD H, came to a stop for about 5 minutes in a parking lot. When I proceeded, I heard a loud "clunk" - thought I hit something. but I did not. My truck went into 4WD L all by itself. I pulled over and tried to switch to either 4WD H or 2WD H to no avail - I drove home in 4WD L - about 2 miles. This truck, a 2007 Ford F-150, has only 8200 miles on it. Help!

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  • aprilpiper Jan 13, 2009

    basic F150. i will give it a try, thanks

  • aprilpiper Jan 13, 2009

    problem fixed. this is what i did, except I was in 4Low and only drove forward about 50 yards:

    Put your vehicle into four-wheel high mode.


    Step3Drive forward for about a quarter of a mile.

    Step4Stop the vehicle and shift from four-wheel to two-wheel drive.

    Step5Place the vehicle in reverse and drive backwards for 15 to 20 feet.

    Step6Drive the vehicle forward slowly to allow the loosened shims to disengage

    Thanks for the help

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You cant just simply shift out of 4low, you usually have to put the truck in neutral, push your button, flip your switch, whatever, and you should be back in 4high, the your free to disengage 4high, usually, i'm not too sure with the newer models, mine is a 95.

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Unhook the battery for about 5 mins. this will reset the powertrain control module (PCM) that would be a good start, is this a king ranch? or just a basic f-150?

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  • her_big_dadd Jan 14, 2009

    sorry, i figured you would have put it in reverse already... that is basic procedure, it should tell you that in the manual, i thought you had a serious electrical, or mechanical error! glad you got it

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