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Needing to find location of TCM on 1997 ford explorer 4x4

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The 1997 Ford explorer does not have separate Transmission Control Module, the transmission is controlled by PCM

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SOURCE: 1996 ford explorer v-6 4x4

If you're asking about the electronic pressure control solenoid, it's on the driver side of the valve body. There are 4 sols on that side, it's the one closest to the rear. It's bigger & heavier than the other 3.

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SOURCE: 2003 Ford Explore 4x4 stuck in 4x4 Low

Try backing up in 4x4 then put it in N and shift out of 4x4

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SOURCE: replace rear wheel bearing 2002 ford explorer 4x4

you must remove brakes, then remove axle nut, then remove upper control arm and finally tie rod stabilizer, remove axle from car then bearing can be accessed. this is a difficult job that requires special tools so be careful

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SOURCE: where is flasher located 1999 ford explorer

turn on hazard lights and listen for click and follow noise, there will be 2 flashers in this area. the 1 not clicking is the turn signal flasher.

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SOURCE: 2002 ford explorer xlt 4x4... Vehicle won't start

My 2002 Ford Explorer have the same problem

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My 1997 ford explorer 4x4 when running 30 mph 4by want to kick in when in auto also no reverse on auto or high4x4 only works on low4x4 WHAT CAN IT BE . ?


May be the electronic control of the 4x4 has a problem. Remember that when in auto, the 4x4 wil only hook if necessary. Try going on bad roads to see if it works. The differential should probably work in 4x4. The electric motor for the transfer should also be checked. It is important to see if the cubes of every side at the front axe is lubricated.

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Remove the front drive shaft is the only way.

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1997 ford explorer limited; used 4x4 a couple days ago (we had a lot of snow) and now is stuck on 4x4 low also every time i drive it the (o/d off) light blinks repeatedly.


Your transmission should be in neutral when shift from 4x4 low to high. Also the brake needs to be depressed. If you have done that I would say it is a solenoid in the transfer case or the relay that drives the transfer case solenoid.

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Replacing the control module on my 1997 ford explorer


the module is located behind the dash just to the left of the radio. remove the two screws below the radio and the dash panel snaps out and you can access the module

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