Explorer 4x4

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Old 01-12-10, 02:26 PM
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Explorer 4x4

2002 Explorer, 4 liter, 6 cylinder, the 4 wheel drive does not engage when the button on the dash is pushed. Fuses have been checked and are OK. Any Ideas?
 
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Old 01-12-10, 02:43 PM
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Welcome!

Any flashing lights or anything like that?
 
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Old 01-12-10, 02:58 PM
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Thanks For The Welcome, No flashing lights, I am doing this for a friend, when the button is pushed the light in the dash does not light, do you know of any web sites I could go to, for a schematic on the electrical end of it.
 
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After some researching, looks like Ford had some issues with the 4x4 module located behind the glovebox. Earlier models had issues with the shift motor for it however.

I haven't read enough to tell you how to verify though. I'm thinking since it's a module problem, only a diagnostic machine could tell.
 
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The electrical diagrams and factory service manual books for vehicles are copyright protected. So in general you will not find this information on the internet.

Sometimes people copy a few pages and post them. But some sections are quite long. Like I have a truck for which the fuel system is 80 pages long in the factory book, so no one is going to copy all that!

You can order a factory service manual set along with the electrical diagrams from a dealer.
 
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You can also join Alldata and have access to manuals for about $40 a year.

As far as the 4X4 goes. If it's like my Excursion the hubs are vacuum operated so you might look and see if there are any lines that might be hissing or disconnected under the truck.
 
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Old 01-13-10, 02:27 PM
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Thanks

I will see about getting a manual.
THANKS FOR EVERYONES HELP
I keep you posted on what we fine out to be the problem.

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