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F250 4X4 MANUAL HUBS WILL NOT ENGAGE ALSO HAVING

F250 4X4 MANUAL HUBS WILL NOT ENGAGE INTO 4 WHEEL DRIVE ALSO HAVING PROBLEMS STARTING IN PARK SHIFT SELECTOR APPEARS TO BE LOOSE ARE THESE RELATED?

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Im not sure if a 2000 f150 and a 2000 f250 have the exact steering column,but incase it is then check at the base of the column inside and you may see a triangler shape bracket that the shift cable connects to,there will be 2 torque screws holding the bracket to the column,either a t-20 or t-25 not sure,they may be loose so the shifter will be sloppy...my 2000 f150 had that problem and i stumbled upon it,it seems to be a 2000 year issue...about the manual hubs,try locking them in and drive forward and reverse very slow a few times,if they lock in then they are sticky and it takes time for the spring inside to push then together.lock the hubs in first,then after a while shift to 4x4,because if they are just sticky,it may strip the teeth on the lockouts from the axel turning against the inside of the lockout.

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I have a 2000 f250 with the same two problems. Was told the loose screws will fix the shifter. But I have recently had both my Hub assemblies replaced, ball bearings, and front axle gone through. My warn manual hubs are only 5 months old and they worked great 4 weeks ago, then without warning the next time I engaged the 4x4 nothing happened. The light in the dash lights up, and I can hear it click into 4x4. But my wheels do not spend. I don't know if it's the hubs aren't working or if it's something else. Please help

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