Re: 4 wheel drive problem (94 explorer)
4WD did not disengage on my '92 until you stopped, put it in reverse,
and backed up a few feet. This was the way those automatic hubs
worked on the early models. I guess the '94 is the same as my '92
was. Don't think they changed front end design until '95.
As for the rubbing/grinding sounds, I'm afraid I can't help you there.
On Wed, 08 Feb 2006 11:03:17 -0500, "kylo67" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>I'm driving along and all of a sudden there is a rubbing/grinding sound
>coming from the front wheels. I figure it has something to do with the 4
>wheel drive, so I pushed the 4x4 button and it locks in, stopping the
>annoying sound. When I pressed the 4x4 button again, the 4 wheel drive
>does not disengage. I stopped on a side road, put in reverse for about
>50ft, put it back into drive and it seemed to disengage it. Any help on
>this issue would be greatly appriciated. Thanks