Question about 1991 Ford F150
4x4 extended cab
If the truck just suddenly dies on you while you are driving under normal conditions, it is most likely your electronic control module located on your distributor. It is grey and has a plug sticking into it just beneath your distributor cap on your engine. Quite easy to replace on most models, but be certain to apply the electronic grease included with the module when you get the new one..
Posted on Dec 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 f-150 4x4 not engaging
First of all, the problem was caused by lack of use of the 4x4. The fix was to have someone sit in the seat & turn the switch while 2nd person tapped on 4x4 solenoid underneath the truck (next to the gearbox (seen from rear of truck) about directly below middle-rear-seat). It must have become stuck (or rusted) together? Little taps while engaging switch 'unfroze' it. My 2 fuses that were blown were probably caused by overloading when I first tried to use the 4x4 while it was frozen out. Since fixing, just be sure to turn it on (and off) frequently, even if you don't need it. You don't actually need to drive with it, just engage it temporarily.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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