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No clicking noise from the relay when you turn the selector knob on the 4x4. 2002 f150 stuck in 4 hi. Replaced the selector switch. Where do I go next

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Try backing up and hit the brakes

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SOURCE: no flashers or turn signals

see if power is going through the switch

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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SOURCE: no flashers or turn signals

Try the fuse/breaker panel under hood, drivers side.

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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SOURCE: 1998 jimmy 4 wheel drive problem

are any of the lites on the switch flashing? you may have a sticking 4x4 shift motor on the transfer case. with a helper, key on someone under vehicle at shift motor, one operating the 2wd button, give shift motor a rap with small hammer on metal portion of shift motor to see if you hear it trying to work. to access control module, remove plastic right kick panel and its right there. remove connector and inspect for corrosion or bad connection. also try park and neutral, may even have to be rolling a bit to disengage. let me know how you make out and will help further if i can. do you know what transfer case system you have? np1 or np4?

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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SOURCE: 2000 blazer stuck in 4 wheel hi

check the shift motor if it is the push button transfer case. I have heard of the motor going bad in the s10 blazers

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

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SOURCE: 2003 Saturn Ion Air Selector Knob broken

its a real easy one to fix i had the same problem you just need to take your radio out and then look down on the PLASTIC parts just need to put it back on track
good luck

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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Can i manualy take it out of 4x4


Those older fords you have to put the 4x4 selector into 2H or 2 High on the floor shifter. Then go to the front tires and in the very center of the tire there will be a knob that say Locked and Unlocked. Turn the knob to unlocked on both sides. Then you will not have front wheel dragging on the drive train and only the rear wheels will be the drive tire. TO put it back in 4x4. Turn the knob back to locked on each front tire and put the truck in 4H or 4 High to get 4x4. Only use 4L or 4Low when your stuck to prevent spinning your tires with full power.


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do your signals work ? listen when signal is on the (clicking noise) when you find that flasher relay is next to it.

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When turning the dail the truck will not go into 4x4


Sometimes the Selector knob will break on the backside. You think that it is turning something and it is not. Pry the knob off and check for cracks near the clip in the knob.

Burnt out Selector bulb. On the one wire style Transfer case, the shift solenoid is extended into position by variable Voltage. Sometimes it is only 1/4 Volt between each setting to make the difference. When the shift light burns out, it can either skew the Voltage higher or cut power to the solenoid. For the 1 wire style, if you put on a Voltmeter and turned the shift Selector with the power from the truck active, you could see if the Voltage changed at each Selector choice.

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Ford f250 superduty 2008. Stuck in 4low. We can change it manaully. Motor good. Relays good. Everything good. but just wont switch over.


I can give you 2 more things to try. The turn knob is perhaps cracked on the backside of the knob. Knobs like this are similar to the heater control knob. When cracked, they spin around the shaft without turning it. You can sometimes get them to bite onto the shaft 1 way and slip when turned the other way. Pry off the knob and check.

Electronic shift solenoid type transfer units work off of 1 wire with variable voltage moving the shift solenoid to different lengths inside the transfer case. If the selector light on the shift switch burns out, it can throw off the shift solenoid from moving to the proper position. Removing the electric plug at the transfer case and placing a voltmeter on it, you would have a helper turn the transfer switch to its different positions and measure the electric values. They should progressively match each selector position.

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89 bronco ii won't go into 4x4 or low range


ON LEVEL GROUND
With the transmission selector in "park", start the motor.
With your foot on the brake pedal (steady-constant pressure), move the transmission selector gear to neutral- then turn the 4 X 4 selector knob to 4-wheel drive high. Wait for the 4 X 4 engagement.
Once it is in 4-wheel drive high, with the transmission selector still in neutral, quickly pump the brake peddle twice, keeping you foot on the brake pedal on the second pump, turn the 4 X 4 selector knob from high range to low range. The transfer case should then change from 4-wheel drive high to low.
Electronics being what they are, you sometimes have to repeat the process. You may even have to inch forward or backward.
[I have an '01 Excursion and an '05 F250 with 4 X 4 on the fly...I miss my '97 F250 with the manual 4 X 4 shift on-the-floor!]
Anyway, check the fuse panel for any blown fuses.
Double check to make sure that the problem is not just blown 4 X 4 lights on the instrument cluster. With the nob turned to 4-wheel drive, have a second person- a spotter, check to see if the drive shaft to the transfer case is moving. If it isn't, you have to delve into the troubleshooting process.
Check the solenoids, vacuum hoses, vacuum actuator, and transmission range sensor on the transfer case. .

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