Question about 1992 Ford Ranger
When I try to turn on the 4x4, it doesn't always work. We have manual hubs.
Hello there.Im assuming you have a push button 4 wheel drive,if so you have a bad electric shift motor on the transfercase,faulty shift button or your transfercase is worn and the elec. motor is having trouble shifting it in 4 wheel drive.Hope this helps.John.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
If you have push button 4x4 just go behind the drivers seat there is a box with wires going into it and a red light on top that is the 4x4 control box there i a white reset button on top hit that a few times and i should work you may have to do this once and awhile.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If your 4X4 is making a grating or clicking noise from beneath the front wheels, the hubs need to be checked to make sure they are locking properly. To test this on a car with automatic hubs, rotate the front axle shafts under the truck. If, after a few turns, the axle locks up and can no longer be turned, the automatic hub is working properly. If, however, the axle does not lock up and you are able to continue rotating it, the hub is either bad or in need of a good cleaning.
To test a car with manual hubs, make sure the 4X4 is off and rotate the axle until it locks up. Again, if the axle does not lock up, the hub is not working or in need of a cleaning.
To determine if the automatic hub is no longer working, take the car out of 4X4 mode and rotate the axle shaft. If the axle does not lock up after a number of revolutions, the hub is most likely not working at all. Repeat this with the other axle shaft. On a car with manual hubs, disengage 4X4, lock in the hubs, and attempt to rotate the axle shafts. If they can be rotated at all, the hub is not working. Repeat this with the other axle shaft.
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