In the states, the Ranger pickup, full size trucks, super duty pickups, and *some* Explorers (first-generation, from 1991 to 1994)Expeditions/Navigators. Don't show me this message again today. I checked the fuse inside truck and out under hood. Any suggestions?? http://camtronics.net/ford-explorer/2001-ford-explorer-sport-horn-not-working.html
Also describes where the control module is and how much to replace and program. Gallery Tools Tire Rim Calculator Vin Decoder Live Feed Marketplace Vendor Directory Become a Vendor Member Marketplace Vendor Marketplace Site Store New Posts How-Tos All All Threads Posts Advanced Ford How the hell can the motor be burnt up. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... here
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Discussion in 'Explorer & Ranger Transmissions, Transfer Cases, &' started by coreygalyk13, December 16, 2007. this is getting to be an old vehicle, just would like to have 4wd, when needed no, the GEM controls everything. The transfer case would be engaging normally, but the power would not reach the front wheels because the differential tends to send the torque to the wheel that resists the least. Ford Explorer 4 Wheel Drive Problems Which vehicles do have ESOF then?
I then felt the actuator motor(located on transfer case) wasn't responding. Now, in your case, if the shop insisted (or if it was cheaper), it would be possible to remove the front driveshaft and perform the test on a rear-wheels-only dynamometer, but It does not act like a center differential. http://www.topix.com/forum/autos/ford-explorer/TUUHG49LMN2G0DLP9 subaruofdallas 1,348,806 views 9:48 ford explorer transfer case problems and some random things - Duration: 4:33.
OrangeF150, December 16, 2007 #4 gijoecam Village Idiot Elite Explorer Joined: May 31, 1999 Messages: 8,361 Likes Received: 1 Trophy Points: 48 City, State: Trenton, MI Year and Model: 98 ExSport, https://answers.yahoo.com/question/?qid=20071202181027AA9KTPl Cost me about $500 Ridenred333 View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by Ridenred333 #6 12-26-2012, 10:19 AM REALTREE-F150 New User Thread Starter Join Date: Apr 2012 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x4 Control Module It ended up being the 4x4 CM, located behind the Glove Box on the 02. 2001 Ford Explorer Sport 4x4 Control Module Your OBD-II Trouble Codes Repair Site Home Trouble Codes FAQs Forums Store Search Close OBD-Codes.com OBD-II Trouble Codes Help Site Skip to content Search Advanced search Quick links Unanswered topics Active
i dont mean to sound stupid, just trying to understand the system. http://camtronics.net/ford-explorer/2001-explorer-sport-trac-4x4-not-working.html I'll try the road test but without experience of 4wd's I'm not sure I know exactly what I am trying to observe.... Good luck!Click to expand... That doesn't mean the system isn't working, it just means the system is not locking the case when you're stopped (just like it's programmed to do). 2002 Ford Explorer Transfer Case Shift Motor
it is located on passenger side kick panel ( to the right of your right ankle, if you were in passenger seat ) no programing required REALTREE-F150 View Public Profile View wailim1972 said: ↑ In Auto, I could not make the front wheels spin. It had me outside my vehicle trying to get it unstuck. Check This Out The 4wd Explorer *can* be tested on a set of rollers (we call it a dynamometer here in the states), but it must be done on a 4-wheel dynamometer, not a
Comments made yesterday: 31,413 • Total comments across all topics: 276,167,285 Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC • Flag inappropriate postPost has been flagged for review • Send feedback • Cancel Change CarComplaints.com: Car complaints, car problems and defect information Latest News Nov 10: Audi 'Defeat Device' Lawsuit Targets 3-Liter Gasoline Vehicles Nov 6: New Audi Defeat Device Found? CarGurus has 266 nationwide Explorer Sport listings starting at $995. 2002 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4x4 Not Working Jon Springfield, OH #5 Jul 30, 2007 the 4wd control module is just what you need.
funbro1 144,439 views 9:07 Remanufactured Transfer Case Control Module Installation Video - Duration: 4:49. I do hear a click when I press the 4Lo button and also I hear what I believe to be the transfer case selector motor moving the gears to the low Does anyone know why something like this would happen? http://camtronics.net/ford-explorer/2001-ford-explorer-sport-trac-brake-lights-not-working.html Find out more about our advertising opportunities.
it gets a faulty power surge. Please upload a file larger than 100x100 pixels We are experiencing some problems, please try again. If you are thats the problem the veichle has to be stopped in netural the switched into 4 low then when u shift into drive the 4 low light will light FordTechMakuloco 201,856 views 6:03 Transfer Case Motor Installation Video - Duration: 5:11.
ChrisFix 372,075 views 10:33 How to change Transfer Case Fluid (Easy) - Duration: 10:41. California ChapterS. 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 So I still think I have a problem.
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