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Truck is silver. auto trans. 4.0L sohc. black interior.
Run fault codes for starters as they are meant to record any faults for repair. Check all under body wires and connections and ensure that the pins are clean and dirt free. Check ant actuators for correct operation and if vacuum operated check for hoses are operational and serviceable..
Posted on Feb 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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 and 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.
Hope that helps, as it worked for us.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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