Question about 2006 Ford Explorer
Ford does not suppy this part anymore Need to find the Co that made it for them or where I can get one
The original company that made the parts for Ford went bankrupt. Victory Climate Systems purchased everything from the company that made them including the available inventory. They plan on starting up manufacturing again - great outfit - but Ford's being jerks because they won't do business with them! The part from Ford was only $65, but since Victory had to also buy the accounts receivable (Ford won't pay their own portion), they are charging $250. Again = bad Ford!!!!
Victory Climate Systems, LLC
8912-C South Freeway
Fort Worth, Texas 76140
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
If you run a Websearch for this part#, it shows Johnson Industries as a source. This may be the Supplier who went under, but still at the $65 base price and $133+ as installed price. Usually a Supplier is not the installer, so further investigation of this firm may save you money.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The neutral tow kit is nothing more than a LED to indicate that the transfer case is in neutral. I installed my own LED and had the dealership download the program. This is for 2001 - 2005. The tow indicator light plugs into the small green connector under the steering wheel. I cut the connector off and installed straight line wire connectors and hooked it up to the LED. I had the dealer confirm that following the sequence of steps the transfer case was in neutral. Make sure the vehicle is secured (won't roll away)
1. have the engine running
2. put the shift level into neutral
3. turn the key back one position (off but not locked)
4. indicator light wil come on and then turn off
5. press the brake and the 4X4 auto button for about 5 seconds
6. the indicator light will flash 4 times and then stay on
7. release the brake and the 4X4 button
8. transfer case is in neutral
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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