Question about Ford F-150
Standard transmission, didn't start grinding til trying to engage 4x4
Check cv/"U" joints in axles and drive lines If you are on hard surface do not engage 4wd as it creates torque wind up in the transmission and diffs and drive lines. It is to only be used on slippery surfaces that allow the wheels to even put the torque wind up by slipping on the surface
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Grinding sound in the front end
I had this problem in my 2005 F-150 twice! The first time was covered under the warranty and the second time was out of my pocket! ( close to $500.00!) There is a solodoid u[pp on the firewall that gets water into it then it corrodes the lines and such. Ford dealership replaced 2 valve assemblies, 2 actuator assemblies, and the IWE Solonoid to fix mine. They claim the problem will not come back but that remains to be seen.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
I am going to assume that you have auto 4x4, and not manual shift base model.. it just sounds like the servo motor that shifts between 2x4 and 4x4, has gone bad
does it still engage into low range, even though it is stuck in 2x4?
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
SOURCE: Hello, 1986 Toyota 4X4 Truck
I've seen a similar issue on other transmissions where the shifter slips out of the slots in the shift forks, either due to shifter bushing wear or just general wear on tte trans. It can usually be remedied at least temporarily by popping the shifter top off the trans and resetting the forks all back to nuetral and then reinserting the shifter. It gets jammed when two forks are trying to engage two different gear sets.
On one of the 4x4 sites, they tell you how to replace the shifter bushings, cheap fix if you are lucky.
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
If the clutch has never been changed most likely it is that. The way you can check it is by removing the transmission and looking at the clutch disc. It could be transmission syncros but I am willing to bet you just need a new clutch.
Posted on May 24, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 kia sportage 4x4 trouble
Check front wheels there is 2 pipes going to the wheels 1 is for brake fluid to the callepers and the other one is for vacume suction to ingage or dis ingage the free wheel function 99% of the time this pipe is leaking or it is broken. enjoy !! Willem SA
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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