Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
Having owned a trans shop years ago,I would suggest you never engage the front wheels on a 4x4 or all wheel or run any vehicle, off the ground, that has drive axles and cv joints.
You may not have any problems,but without the wheels on the ground, it seems you do.
There is no true 4x4. Only one wheel drives in the front and rear,on any vehicle,except in theory.
Keeping in mind, that most veh have ABS Systems, that control drive and braking systems,your most likely disabling and confusing those systems,when it is off the ground.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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