The lock silinoid is at the gear console Apr 24, 2009. What tests were done to warrant O2 Sensors? If you lived in Minnesota then i would give you a white box and an electric shift transfercase that i cant use for mine. It ran okey for years,so why not now Vapor lock goes back 35 years to carburators and road race cars. If not then maybe that white box Assuming its for the 4x4 is bad. Also does the switch light up when its in 4x4 high or 4x4 low? Jul 27, 2012 I would forget the vapor lock theory. Tape a fuel pressure gauge to windshield and go for a drive.
You need to think simple, Ignition,fuel filter,pump could be partially plugged and working, but not much volume. All do-it-yourself projects entail some risk. My manual shift is dependable. Try jacking up one front wheel then try to disengage it to see if that helps. So thats out of the way,im assuming you have auto locking hubs,im not sure about the relay behind the glove box,mine being manual shift i dont need to access that but only for the wiper relay.
Do you ever get a Mil Light on dash or stored codes? Could be a fuel pump relay or ignition module among other things. You haven't said what your drivability issues, really are! Even a problem with the vent for the gas tank. My ecm needs to be replaced. There are 2 available but I don't know how to choose the correct one, the Auto parts store counter wizard said the old one should have the part. It is difficult to do with the plug connected to the switch, so it will be necessary to remove it to accomplish the task. No its not going into 4 wheel drive at all the switch is not lighting up nothing from the transfercase motor also has manual hubs not automatic the only thing thats automatic about it is the transfercase. You need to figure out if you are loosing fuel pressure or spark when it will not start back up.
I have to replace mine every three months they just plug up from that junk. This video is applicable to 1992-1996 Ford F150, F250, and F350 models. I don't know which of the 2 or 3 would be the right ones, just trial and error. No casting number stamped into it somewhere? I'm sure they would do that for you. This really isn't normally the kind of thing you get at a parts store.
If it does then the switch should be good. If you must do it, you would have to pull the electrical harness off of it and make a jumper connection. And most part store guys really don't know what they're talking about it looking for. Although the safety switch is there for obvious reasons, it frequently quits working properly because of wear. Aug 09, 2010 when they went to fuel injection the fuel that was not used returned to the tank thus cooling the fuel and ending vapor lock, my question is did you do a fuel pressure test? Other than that the only other thing would be a coil breaking down when it gets hot the coil shorts out when cool it starts so check those things first. I've never seen one that didn't have some identifying numbers on it but that doesn't mean it's not possible I suppose.
Fuel systems aren't really to heat sensitive or know when summer is here. Let me know if it worked,i will keep thinking about it tonight and try to come up with something else to get this problem resolved. If you lived in Minnesota then i would give you a white box and an electric shift transfercase that i cant use for mine. My manual shift is dependable. They can look stuff up in their parts application program and run the register and that's about it in most cases.
Don't overlook an old and partially blocked converter. Let me know if you figure it out. You can ask them and they could probably tell you better. Try jacking up one front wheel then try to disengage it to see if that helps. Answer There may be an adjustment to it, try that if its not working right. Since the introduction of fuel injection vapor lock has been eliminated. If it does then the switch should be good.
To bypass the switch on a 1992 4. Did you have any overheating issues,or just thinking so? Moisture may have gotten in the motor that switches it on the transfercase,try going forward then reverse a few times to see if it decides to un-lock. . Let me know if it worked,i will keep thinking about it tonight and try to come up with something else to get this problem resolved. It is the sole responsibility of the viewer to assume this risk.
If not then maybe that white box Assuming its for the 4x4 is bad. Let me know if you figure it out. It could be a vapor lock but not likely. So thats out of the way,im assuming you have auto locking hubs,im not sure about the relay behind the glove box,mine being manual shift i dont need to access that but only for the wiper relay. Also does the switch light up when its in 4x4 high or 4x4 low? The push button intercater light thats suppost to come on when you push the 4x4 button dose not come on at all. No information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. What can happen if I install the incorrect one? If you don't press the brake padle the stick shift will not release so if you leave the car running a child could not push in gear.
So I'd be wary about buying this from a parts store. . . . . .