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#115 of 208 2004 ford ranger four wheel drive
Oct 01, 2009 (5:44 am)
I am working on a 2004 ford ranger 4 x 4, my four wheel drive is not working, I can remove the tires and manually force the hubs to engage and it it works fine and then I have to remove the tires to take it out of four wheel. It works fine when it is in four wheel, I have been told it is a vacuum hose causing the problem, I can't find a vacuum hose diagram to show me where to replace these hoses. Does anyone have a vacuum diagram or would it be something else? Thank You for all your help.
#116 of 208 Ranger 4x4 problem
Oct 03, 2009 (5:20 pm)
I have a 2000 ford ranger 4x4, 3.0 liter. When i shift into 4x4 high there is a hard snap and it feels as though you run over a deep crack in the road. This happens approximately every 10 seconds or so. when i shift back to 4x2 it happens one last time. If anyone can point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it, Thank-you.
#117 of 208 wheel wont spin
Oct 18, 2009 (8:31 pm)
My 97 ford ranger auto won't shift into 4 wheel, lights come on and I can hear it click in but nothing else the tires don't go. the overdrive won't work either. I don't know if this is related or just a different problem
#118 of 208 More of the same -- Ranger 4x4 problem
Oct 21, 2009 (2:13 pm)
Is there any way to install manual locking hubs on a 1998 Ranger 4x4? I've had the electronic/hydrolic hubs fixed three time - they work for a while and then quit, usually when I'm on the beach! I'd have no trouble getting out of the truck to lock or unlock the hubs. Anything to keep it in 4 wheel while on the beach. Thanks for any help --
#119 of 208 4x4 out-no drive
Oct 23, 2009 (1:35 pm)
I am trying to find out if i can disconnect the front and rear drive shafts, remove the transfer case, and replace with a longer drive shaft to perform a 2x4 bypass function only.
I am looking for feedback. This is what I want to accomplish, and here is where i am starting.
I have had a few issues with the transfer case, and i do not have the cash to spend on a new or replacement transfer case. Is there any way to bypass the transfer case when it is COMPLETELY disconnected to any moving internal gears.
It does not park when in park, the drive train up to the transfer case turns but there is a gear disconnected on the inside. it does not exhibit any transmission problems. just will not engage in the transfer case AT ALL.
History: about a year ago, my 4x4 was damages and "stuck" in 4x4 High. so to save gas, i disconnected the front drive shaft assembly. i have not had any problems with noise, vibration, etc until about a month ago. The transfer case made a crunching sound (obviously not good) and I figured i will just drive it like a truck: into the ground.
So now the transfer case is the disease. I want to bypass or isolate it, or if anyone knows where to egt the model below cheap, then I'll replace it.
Ive got plenty of depot level manuals, I'm mechanically inclined. So please leave the stupid comments to the dumb girls who think they need 2 transmissions and "halogen" fluid.
2001 Ford Ranger EXT-Cab 4x4 w/ 2" suspension lift
V6 4.0L GAS
Automatic Transmission and electronic 4x4 engagement.
Transfer Case Model No.: 1L54-7A195-CC, SN: 6C-13-54-000-037
#120 of 208 Re: More of the same -- Ranger 4x4 problem [andy106]
Oct 26, 2009 (8:44 pm)
I don't know much about 4 wheel drive, but I think I've seen lots of people that converted to manual hubs. Don't know brands, etc, but it seem to be an easy conversion. And, don't think it costs too much.
#121 of 208 Re: Ranger 4x4 problem [rlong65]
Nov 17, 2009 (5:16 pm)
My has the same symptoms. Have you heard from anyone? rogerg215
Nov 22, 2009 (1:15 pm)
my 4x4 stopped working, i changed the electric motor and that wasnt the problem, i checked the module and that dosnt seem to be the problem either. does anyone have a suggestion??
#123 of 208 Re: 4wd selector switch [grumpy77]
Nov 30, 2009 (3:18 pm)
did the module fix the problem mine does the same thing will not go to 4low
#124 of 208 Re: Ranger 4x4 problem [rogerg215]
Dec 04, 2009 (5:18 am)
Haven't heard from anyone. Maybe no one but the 2 of us has this problem. I put my winter tires on a couple of weeks ago and it seems to be doing it less now. Summer tires aren't wore very bad though. Are your tires in bad shape?