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Old 07-31-2012, 05:39 PM   #1
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Default 2003 f150 4x4 problems...

My 2003 king ranch f150 super crew 4x4 wont work.. The lights work on the dash like it is engaging, and I have crawled under and watched the pin shift over beside the transfer case but that's as far as I have gotten into the problem. If I am thinking correctly, it should either be in the hubs or the transfer case right? Since the pin shifts that would rule out the vacuum lines and solenoids right? Any help would be appreciated!!

Also, does anyone have a walk through on how to change the u-joint? I think it's about time mine gets changed. Thanks in advance

Michael V.
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