Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
It ended up being the control module for the 4WD. There was no communication between that and the switch. Once I replaced the control module, I had a bad reference from the rear speed sensor on the transfer case. I'm assuming that shorted the module as well. Any way, it all works good now. If anyone is interested in knowing where it is........Directly above your right leg behind the lower access panel to the right. Its a module about 3" by 2" grey in color.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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