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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-15-06, 04:01 PM Thread Starter
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2001 F150 4x4 won't go out of 4low

i was running my truck in 4 wheel low and now it won't switch out, i turn the knob and don't hear any relays clicking. I thought maybe it was the switch and put a new one in for $40 and it still doesn't work. I didn't think it was the relay cause from what i see in the owners manual, the 4x4 relay is the same as the hazards relay and since my hazards worked i didn't think it was at fault. i looked at autozone.com and could not find a relay for the 4x4. any help would be greatly appreciated as i am stuck in 4 low. thanks
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Re: 2001 F150 4x4 won't go out of 4low

have u tryed goin in the opposite direction, that unlocks the wheels. Are you haveing a problem getting out of the gear its self or the wheels unlocking?
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Re: 2001 F150 4x4 won't go out of 4low

Either the 4X4 control module is faulty (relays built in) or the wiring to it or the shift motor could have a bad ground. Carefully inpect the grounds on or near the shift motor on the transfer case. I seen alot of them corroded right off.
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