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Feb 2, 2014 - Uploaded by FordTechMakuloco
I have a 2005 F150 FX4 and the hubs seem to lock intermittently.... of the tire, but the driver side CV shaft remains engaged with the tire even when ... What happens when can not get INTO 4wdLights come on here the clunk have .... 1994-2015 Ford F150 5.4L & 4.6L VCT Solenoid Replacement - Duration: ...
my 05 fx4 had the same problem... just had replace the 4x4 vacuum solenoid $20ish (the cause of the problem) under the hood behind battery and (if needed) replace the 4x4 actuator's in both hubs off the cv shaft as mine were making ratcheting sounds as well... luckly i caught before hub bearing were shot or else would have had to replace hubs as well.
If it does nothing I'm thinking is a power problem... start by checking the cables make sure they sre conected good Because of the snow I'd start down at the starter if it shorted fron the snow there is prob a burnt wire down there
Hi, the actuator for the 4X4 is bad . It should run around $50 for the part .. If you are mechanically inclined, you can switch it out . It is mounted on the transfer case and looks like a small starter. Before you replace check the fuse located on the drivers side door panel. You will see 4X4..fuse i believe 30 amp, replace the fuse and if it does not solve the problem then you have to change the actuator as i have said earlier....
check the switch under the hood. right hand side on the fire wall just under the wiper cowl. this happened to me. ford says water from the wipers leak on the switch and shorts it out. they replaced the switch and losely put a plastic over it to keep the water out. make sure not to put the plastic too tight, it is vacuum , so it needs to breath. Also check the front wheel accuators that engage the front end(next to the wheels), ford had some bad accuators that would not hold the pressure this to also happened to me. ford should pass it on a goodwill warranty. hopefully nothing else is broken. cost me $500 because i damaged the wheel bearings. ford won't pay for those.