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We just had a shop put universals in the front wheel axles in a 2000 ford excursion now we dont have 4 wheel drive its inbetween lock and auto how do we get it back to auto

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Return to the shop that just relaced the joints

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This is common. the locks due tend to freeze up and need either a greasing or replacement. I do suggest automatic locking hubs that you don't have to turn yourself. You can get the part almost anywhere

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some times the truck has to be put in the opisite direction the for wheel drive was driven in last. so if ya were going forward and you have auto locking hubs then you need to drive irt backwards till lights go out. and if you have driven a long way with it like that then you might have to back up far but it should unlock those hubs. if not then on transfer case there is a small motor that engages and you will need to remove that motor and manually move selector to 2h.

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