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1994 Ford Ranger XLT 4x4

Discussion in 'Ford Ranger - Mazda B-Series Forum' started by roaddog1790, November 9, 2011.

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    roaddog1790 New Member

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    I was out mudding earlier today havin a good ol' time. went to take my truck out of 4 Low and it wouldnt disengage. pushed the button, held the button in, took it out of the dash and smacked it a few times. couldnt get it to turn off. turned my truck off and back on and both lights were out, both dash lights were out also. but its still in 4 Low. WTF!!??!? didnt know what else to do. it was 12am. had to get home. so i took both hubs off and put the tires back on. simply so the tires wouldnt actually lock in 4wd. cruised about 20-25mph all the way home. Anyone know what could possibly be causing this? thinking it may be a fuse. could be the shift motor. i have no clue. just want to get it out of 4wd. any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
     
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    Finally figure out what it was. It was the transfer case motor. Im gonna go ahead and replace the whole transfer case and be done with it.
     
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    You dont need to replace the transfer case. You can just replace the shift motor or rebuild yours. There are plenty of threads on the forum on how to rebuild/fix the shift motor.
     
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    to late for that got the new 1 put in today. aint nuthing wrong with having a spare transfer case haha. got a new motor to. works fine. thanks any way
     

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