I thank you very much. I have one child with special needs, and I'm a single mom. Brand new and durable replacement for your defective ignition coil at low price is available here. I have had to switch modules in Fords that said you must swap the programming from the old module to the new module. In any case, this gives me a good excuse to upgrade my radio, since I'll have to pull it out anyway. A flashlight may be helpful in seeing the code.
With the two connectors still unplugged from the module, the next step is to verify the 4x4 dash switch input. On the 1998 Explorer Sport? The local dealer told me it was due to the recall, and I had no reason to be worried. I started to troubleshoot the transfer case and I noticed that the electrical motor with actuator does not spin the shaft from tranfer case, reason that the transfer case can't select firmly the position of hi, low por 4wd!!!!. Grab the 8 wire connector that is unplugged from the 4x4 module. . Resoldering the two Resistors remedied the problem for me, with no outlay of money.
I would have to put the car back in park and try to reverse again, in order to move. There is a fifth wire that is a ground. I've been reading your other posts today for another member of this forum and you had some goo d advice. The fuse under the hood is a 20 amp maxi fuse. There was, according to the dealer, a recall for a similar issue with certified pre-owned Ford Explorers, and they said the transfer case was cracked, along with the valve. The module relies on four contact plates that are integral to the shift motor to tell it what position the shift motor is in.
If you know how to use a volt meter, you should know how to find a short in the circuit, and will need a wiring diagram to do so. Radiator 1995, 1996 : The radiator may leak in cold weather because of a bad seal between the tank and core. You will need to turn the two thumb screws counter clockwise and take the plastic panel off to be able to see the unit. If you have voltage here, but did not in part 6a you must verify continuity between the module and 4x4 switch — refer to step 3. Have done over a hundered.
But the Explorer remained at the heart of the market, and the market was changing -- fast. If it flashes, this indicates the module is working properly. I looked on this sight and found that others had this same problem. The abs system is separate from the hydrolic brake system. Thanks for your reply, budwich. The relay module was supposed to show 80-140 ohms between two pins, showed zero.
I just had my power steering rack replaced , out of pocket, until Ford decided to recall it. Find out why, and learn about our other top new-car values. I contacted michelin consumer care four times over a two month period only to be totally ignored. The transfer case has failed and caused massive amounts of fluid to leak from the vehicle. It is under the molding, just in front of the seatbelt. As I mentioned above, I had the module tested at my local Ford dealership and they confirmed it was bad. They seemed unable to diagnose the problem.
You will need to pull codes from the body control module to narrow it down as you know. You can remove it from the transfer case and make sure you can spin the transfer case manually using a pair of pliers. The speed sensor picks up the rotating speed of the transfer case rear output shaft from two notches that are cut in opposite sides of the outer ring of the clutch housing. These are the only operations of a 1995 Gem Module that I'm aware of that are controlled by the Gem Module. Vehicle noise 1995-96 : A chattering noise felt coming from the rear during tight turns after highway driving may be caused by a lack of friction modifier or over-shimming of the clutch packs in the Traction-Lok limited-slip differential. The next step is to verify that the module is supplying voltage to the shift motor.
Approximately 45mph when piece came off and 5mph when driveshaft fell down. All Replacement items are backed by a 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. Vehicle at dealer having transfer case replaced. This article is going to cover the electrical shifting system, and will not touch on your 4x4 hubs and how to fix them. They work great for this sort of thing or back probing connectors. I've been reading your other posts today for another member of this forum and you had some goo d advice.