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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2005 f-150 4x4 not engaging
First of all, the problem was caused by lack of use of the 4x4. The fix was to have someone sit in the seat & turn the switch while 2nd person tapped on 4x4 solenoid underneath the truck (next to the gearbox (seen from rear of truck) about directly below middle-rear-seat). It must have become stuck (or rusted) together? Little taps while engaging switch 'unfroze' it. My 2 fuses that were blown were probably caused by overloading when I first tried to use the 4x4 while it was frozen out. Since fixing, just be sure to turn it on (and off) frequently, even if you don't need it. You don't actually need to drive with it, just engage it temporarily.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
did you check your glove compartment......there is a button that can be pressed in for safty reasons and than you can not open your trunk ........once you get it unlocked you should be able to open with your regular trunk opener
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Mkisner, I have a 2003 gmc 1500 extend cab. I hear a small fan running in the headliner. It's very loud when cold outside. When I press on the grille in the head liner it quiets down. After the cab warms up the sound goes away. I ask the mechanic at the dealer what in heck is that. He said it's a fan that registers inside temperature for the air/heater. They have to take the headliner down to change it. He said expensive to change because of labor so I live with it. That is the explanation that was given to me. It does look like a speaker. The On-star voice receiver is in the mirror and speakers are the radio. That's why the radio music mutes when talking to On-Star or using the truck phone. You might what to know that Verizon has a deal with On-Star to add the truck phone to you Verizon bill for $9.95 per month sharing your minute with your cell phone. Verizon will assign a new phone number for your truck. It works great and you can program voice commands for the phone. Very powerful and clear. You can't go wrong but you have to keep On-Star active. Ken
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Remove the interior door panel this can be done with the door closed. peel back the moisture barrier, look inside the door and you will see a latch mechanism with two cables next to it, the top cable releases the top latch and the bottom cable releases the bottom latch, the top latch cable is probably not mounted to the latch (anchored) you will probably have to replaace it with a new one, then it should work fine. Hope this helps, let me know
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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