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1992 Ford F150 XL 4x4 front drive train will not go forward

I just purchased a 1992 Ford F150 XL reg.Cab. 4x4 AT, and when I shift it into drive the rear tires spin but the frontend is lockedup and the engine boggs down and sometimes stalls but jmainly just goes nowhere

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Sound's like your front diff is seized :( could be wrong but id check your front diff fluid for level, color and any metal shaving's as they will be a good start. hope this helped.

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