Question about 2004 Ford Expedition
Keep on them about this problem if you have any warranty left.
Most 4x4 have the electric shift, you did not say if yours was mechanical with a second shift lever on the floor. The front hubs are electrically operated unless you ordered manual hubs.
Your hubs can rust up and remain engaged. When they do this the wheels will turn the front axle.which will turn everything including the front driveshaft.
It is possible the electric wiring to the transfer case is bad. The installer should have checked the connection. This can still be done. They should be able to unplug or remove the fuse from the 4x4 system.
If the hub is the problem, the truck may turn easier to the side that is not stuck. It may act like it is locked in 4x4 on one side and not the other. It is possible both are stuck.
Return to the installer and ask for electric tests on these parts because it is not fixed.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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