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My 2003 Explorer will not shift into 4x4. I hit the button and nothing happens.Is it a fuse? Thank You

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If it was a fuse it would have a reason to blow, correct. You need a manual of the vehicles systems and follow a check and test work method of working or troubleshooting to find the cause. You can't guess at these things or expect someone to have all the possible answers unless they work at a Ford Dealer and solve these issues every week in there line of work.

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Hi, In any gear, my 2003, 6 cy 4x4 explorer is jerking like the solenoid goes on and off without control... I aasume that it will bea guilty solenoid switch...Wha shall I do? Thanks


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The noise you heard was the 4x4 mode engaging. This noise is normal.

Under normal operations, if you were to have wheel spin, this noise would happen quickly and numerously within a couple of seconds.

Be sure that before going above 20mph, that you press either the 4x4 HIGH, or 4x4 AUTO buttons to avoid damage to the vehicle.

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Stuck in 4 wheel drive high, Have the ability to go into 4x4 low, wont return to AWD. Dash shows that it is not in 4x4 but it acts like it is in 4x4 high. I have tryed shifting, Placing in neutral and...


I disconnected the electronic control on the transfer case and it seems to have unlocked the 4x4

At the back of the transfer case, near the top, there is a connector. I unplugged it and that seems to have disconnected the 4x4. My 2002 Explorer was stuck in 4x4, even though the 4x4 light was not on and I hit the Auto button a lot.

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there is a module behind the glove box try unplugging it and reconnect it if that doesn't work it might need a new module

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