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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 4X4 won't engage
well the newer fords use a vacuum system that is located on the right fender make sure the pump runs and that there is vacuum at the vacuum ball/containor from there there are two vacuum lines that run to each wheel i have found many of them to be leaking at the frame where the lines is held up at just before it goes to the steering knuckle.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
SOURCE: stuck in 4x4 low range
My wife just recently had a similar problem. She got stuck in the mud and put our 2004 F150 in 4x4 Low to get out. She didn't. Had to have AAA pull her out. She then left a bit later and the truck was still in 4x4 Low even after switching to 2WD. She even tried going backwards to get it to switch. So she called me frantically because the car would not go over 10 mph w/o the RPMs getting way too high. I said I'd call her back. So I called our local Ford Repair shop and he gave me these instructions (loosely based on what the owner's manual says to do) 1. Start Vehicle 2. Switch to 4x4 Low 3. Put in Neutral 4. Switch to 4x4 High 5. Go in Reverse for a bit and then Forward a bit again (You should now be in 4x4 High) 6. Put in Neutral 7. Switch to 2WD You should now be good. If that didn't work, then try repeating step 5 after step 7. Which reminds me. I really should call her back :) (It worked)
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
SOURCE: 4x4 is stuck in low range
The motor is what moves it. If you disconnect that, it will still be in low range. odds are that it is the motor, but removing it will not solve your problems. I would take it off, try to shift and then see if it moves. if not, replace it. if it does, its your transfer case.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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