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my explorer doesnt work cause the transfer doesnt work!!!

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by jchichuv, June 29, 2004.

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  1. jchichuv

    jchichuv New Member

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    96 Ford Explorer XLT 4door 2WD. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION W V6 4.0L ENGINE
     
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  3. jchichuv

    jchichuv New Member

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    soo i need to buy this transfer case for my explorer borg Warner 4405
     
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    Blee1099 Evil Asian EF Vendor Moderator Emeritus

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    Why are you buying a new transfer case? If your able to manually turn it into 4WD using a pair of pliers with the shift motor removed, then your transfer case is fine. Its more than likely your shift motor.
     
  5. jchichuv

    jchichuv New Member

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    but i told that to a mechanic and he said that he can do that, just on models 95 and down
     
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    Blee1099 Evil Asian EF Vendor Moderator Emeritus

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    Your mechanic lied.. I've done it many times. I had to do it just recently since my shift motor decided not to work when I was stuck in 4LO testing the 4wd system after changing the transfer case fluid. Just remove the shift motor from the transfer case and get a pair of plier and turn it.. Just make sure the truck is in neutral.
     
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    Well as for your trany I told you how you may be abel to remidy it and about your t-case their right LOOK for a real mechanic man :D
     
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    lol
     
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    WHOAH WAIT!, HOld UP!

    LOL,
    if its 2wd you dont have a T-Case..... Or did you jsut mis type??
     
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    I know that was mean but I want you to get some real competent help cuss your a felow X bud :D I think of EVERYONE HEAR AS A COOL FRIEND :D
     
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    it has a switch and like 3 options 2WD, 4WD low, 4WD high
     
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    the switch is on 2WD
     
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    That doesn't help to diagnose the problem.
     
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    but it has a switch and like 3 options 2WD, 4WD low, 4WD high

    so whats that supossed to meaN????
     
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    Your truck isn't a 2wd. Being a 96 the US models have 2wd, 4auto, and 4 low. Your shift motor can be changed no matter what style t case you have. It's not a big job, I'd get a manual and do it myself.
     
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    where can i find that manual??
     
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    Go to your local parts store and look for a Chilton or Haynes Manual
     
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    so what do you recomend to change the t-case or repair it??
     
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    Your right. But as I said sleepy but not to sleepy or able to sleep but sometimes i cna.
     
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    Mbrooks420 High Voltage. Elite Explorer EF Vendor

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    Your t case is likely fine. You are having problems with your SHIFT MOTOR. This is what changes the position of the t case. You can either remove and clean it, which may help, or you can get a rebuilt one. If you buy a whole t case, you will be wasting money.
     
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    first of all... it sounds l;ike a t-case porb...sounds you would think coming from your tranny could be coming from your t-case and you probly have the 4405 GA.. its a rare t-case to find in good condition... im in the process of swaping my 97 4405 GA thats blown with a 99 4405CA.... the only difference in these two is the speed sensor on the 97 4405 GA: the 99 lacks this sensor but im gonna bolt up the rear manifold of the 97 (w/speed sen.)_ t case to the 99 thus keeping the speed sensor for the 97 while using the internals of the 99... peace out
     

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