Question about 1999 Ford Explorer
Not sure what to tell you without seeing it for myself so all i can do is give you some ideas to check,make sure you dont have a rock or rocks stuck up front by your axles,also if you have been driving through heavy snow it could be froze up front,if you had a warm garage to push it into to check these that would help,and if your shifter isnt stuck hopefully your tranny didnt go bad,but check your rack and pinion as well
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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