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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes you do have a wiire that runs back that way. Mine pops off when 4xing all the time. But that is because I a rough on it and broke the snap. It is on the drivers side near the top of the transfer case
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
Check the switch on the transfercase remove the vacume lines if there is oil in them the switch has to be replaced and the lines should be cleaned out you should also check under the battery tray to make sure the boot is not ripped that controls the leaver to engage the front axel
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
You can try several things. You can stop the vehicle as if you are going into low range and shift the high range 2h, 4h, etc.. Ford advertises the Electric button type as "shift on the fly" but does not say the gears are synchronized to do that with manual engagement.
Change the lube this time to see if the lube is Milky. There have been floods, otherwise the case is sealed whether you park it or drive it. You still could have rust on the shift linkage. You need to move the linkage as you spray it. Then the offbeat chance something was bent from offroading. A Salvage Yard is a wonderful place to learn how a car is built. You may see their part looks different than yours.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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