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Another 4406 Need Some Advise

Discussion in 'Modified 1995-2001 Explorers' started by rkalb, July 16, 2011.

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    1. rkalb

      rkalb ElecExplorer

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      Well i've been reading about doing a 4406 for a while and i finally got all the parts together and did it. Exept im having some weird issues. When i go around corners in 2wd it sounds like something possibly Rear end is clicking or jerking around and also when i give it full throttle from a stop it does the same thing. Any ideas cause it certainly doesnt sound good


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      Had to Relocate Wires cause they rubbed against the shifter. Just Removed the two bolt and moved it forward and bent the bracket so it would sit next to the tranny.

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