Mine had the same problem. Was this answer helpful?YesNo Saturday, October 3rd, 2009 AT 1:37 PM richard777 Member I plugged the second 'new' one that I got from the bone yard. Take the gear with the stop on it into your local hardware store to find the right size. Copyright© 1999 - 2011 The Ranger Station - 959 Media LLC - All Rights Reserved The Ranger Station is in no way affiliated with the Ford Motor Company. http://camtronics.net/ford-explorer/02-ford-explorer-4x4-not-working.html
Replace it If the 4X4 light does not come on when you engage the switch, the problem is most likely going to be the shift motor, itself, with one or more This is known as torque wind up. bardware08-29-2004, 12:56 PMI am having the same problem with my 93 explorer. The most common cause of what you describe is a failure in one or both hubs. http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/index.php?threads/94-push-button-4x4-not-working.201460/
With this pin back probed, turn the key on. Published on Oct 4, 2013http://www.fordrepairstation.blogspot...Part 1: Having issues with your 4wd in your ford ranger, explorer, f150? How do I remover a front brake rotor on a '93 Ford Explorer 4WD?
I have manually locking hubbs. Automotive Network, Inc., Copyright ©2016 TheRangerStation.com SM Serving Ranger, Bronco II, Explorer & Mazda B-Series Owners Since 1999 Enter your search terms The Ranger Station Web Home Forums Tech Library Sign in 28 Loading... Now the other person needs to go under the truck with a hammer and hit on the motor while the other pushes the 4wd button.
Still no blinking light. Ford Explorer 4 Wheel Drive Problems This morning it snowed, so I pushed the button to turn on the four wheel drive while I was in park in my driveway. The actual problem on your 1st gen. https://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20091209071152AAhvpW1 The test is realy simple with simple results so I don't understand that one.
Loading... MUNK--BUILD THREAD --F*CUS--SPORTY Spas;2768365 said: You are all lunatics, and Jay is your king!Click to expand... Loading... SPONSORED LINKS Do you have the same problem?YesNo Thursday, October 1st, 2009 AT 5:49 PM 11 Replies racefan966 Expert 5,144 posts Lets start with a self test which is very simple
Sofa 6,024 views 7:09 Part 2. https://www.2carpros.com/questions/ford-explorer-1993-ford-explorer-4-wheel-drive-will-not-engage I worked on an Explorer recently that had a stripped spline on the axle - rare I'm sure, but another possibility. Ford Explorer 4 Wheel Drive Light Flashing Also tried the tapping of the shift motor, nothing yet. If there are any problems just let me know.
I can't understand why the light won't blink either as it is all self contained. this contact form Connect a test lead between terminal 4 (brown/white wire) and ground. Does anybody know what could be wrong? '94 Ford Explorer Sport - Black '90 Ford Mustang GT - Black and heavily modded '90 Ford Bronco - Red and White Scarlet This will check the continuity of the speed sensor that is located in the transfer case.
Trailer Towing Other; Brakes, Electrical, Hitches, Weight Distribution & CDL Discussion Small Chassis Trucks Crossovers 2011 & Newer Explorer Explorer, Sport Trac, Mountaineer Grab the 8 wire connector that is unplugged from the 4x4 module. Looks like I can just remove the gear cover....can anyone confirm? have a peek here Just curious what exactly it could be before I go about it...there's a lot of info there, but it sounds like it should be one simple thing.Click to expand...
I haven't gotten resolution on my own problem yet -- still need to check the connections to see if power's getting there. John D-"Search first, Ask questions later" & "You can have my Explorer when you pry the keys from my cold dead hands." <<
Shift the truck into 4x4, and with the motor running put the trans into drive.
d. Back probe the solid orange wire through the connector located on the shift motor side. If nothing happens, it means the module is either bad, or has no ground/power. Forgot your Password?
My list of items for sale. it ages quickly and causes it to fall apart without any indication of use or abuse. It worked fine on the way there. Check This Out automatic hubs...
If that doesn't work, try again. Was told part in dash over $300. SPONSORED LINKS Was this answer helpful?YesNo Saturday, October 3rd, 2009 AT 2:17 PM racefan966 Expert 5,144 posts Well that is a liitle strange. You verified that: 1) All fuses are good 2) The 4x4 module tested ok, and has power/ground (make sure the pigtail connector isn’t corroded – is common among rust belt trucks)
It should have blinked the light on the 4x4 module that is. The back wheels spun out, but not the front. If you want to share this article or information with others, please link to this page, don't copy and paste it elsewhere. © 2004-2016 OBD-Codes.com REPAIR GUIDES BECOME A MEMBER Sign Leave it connected.
We got under where the motor was and tapped it with a hammer, now the four wheel drive is on. Connect an ohmmeter between terminals 2 (light green) and 3 (light blue). If the 4X4 system then works properly, a new module is ordered...$125.00 or so. With full time 4X4 you can do that, but not with these.
The ECM will also illuminateshbuttons on the dash/overhead indicating completion. It still works and it engages faster than it used to. I freeed my hubs in front b/c they are manuel locking so I can at least drive on dry pavement. If it does, it’s probably bad.