Question about Ford F-250
Hello! The 4x4 module is behind the glove box...Just push the sides in and pop the rubber pegs...You are working on a common problem on all 4x4's...The lack of power to the switch is often caused by a disconnected plug on the shift motor (on the transfer case)...It's a two pin connector with wire colors Orange and Yellow...Also, the shift motor has a history of "frying"...
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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