Question about 1998 Ford Explorer
It just may have put a bit to much on the torque converter, it may have a glaze on it, just let it sit, and drive it without towing anything and in 2wd, drive it easy, shoudl take the glaze off, also ensure to shift into neutral after you come out of 4wd, this tends to help full engage the axels very clean without nicking up the teeth at all. It's just a smoother easier way to do it, also if you are stopped completely it also helps.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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