I have a friend with an '04 F-150 4x4 and his is doing the same thing. I found a forum on the internet that talked about transmission fluid going from the transmission to the transfer case, but unable to return. A mechanic had said that it only effected 17-18% of vehicles manufactured between 2004-2008. They called and told me they couldn't figure out how I was able to drive to the repair shop. The second trip to the dealer they had for a few more days and said they fixed it. Now happing more frequent and yesterday the truck stalled again and now will not start.
I called Ford and they said they were aware of the on going problem but told me it was my problem. Call Surefire at 1-800-790-9094 for customer service, availability and technical assistance. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. Waited 20min on shoulder and truck started and ran fine. After a day in the s repair shop they pulled the pan and it had metal shavings everywhere. I was told by fmc rep that should a recall occur I could take my receipt to a dealership and that they would possibly reimburse me. So browse our top Transfer Case Components inventory for your 2002 Ford F-150 online and get products shipped right to your garage.
I took it the dealer days later and they couldn't find out what it was. Hope this leads you to a repair on your truck. They replaced the transfer case, and it hasn't made the sound since then. Hope this leads you to a repair on your truck. As a result, the rear end of the vehicle fishtailed. If you have any more questions leave a message for me in comments and I will check back.
Jan 08, 2016 If your truck has Vacume actuated hubs check the vacume lines running to the hubs right behind the brake rotor. I feel that this could result in a premature failure of the transmission and possibly a catastrophic event. I took it to the local dealership and they could not make the problem reoccur. The contact then engaged the accelerated and noticed that the vehicle was in four wheel drive but the four wheel drive would not activate. Rear output type: slip yoke.
It takes approximately 3 hours to change, by dropping the transfer case and replacing the seal. Contacted the dealer, they did some work to it and said it was a diaphragm, and they fixed it. I could do this every time after. Also happens when just cruising at certain speeds. Fresh fill from a rebuild takes a lot more because the torque converter does not drain when you remove the fluid using the dra … in plug.
And on the way home I hit a bump on the highway and the shudder almost ran me into the car next to me. The contact was driving approximately 2 mph in inclement weather when the contact drove over snow and the vehicle began to spin uncontrollably. Consumer writes in regards to transmission problems and gross neglect of customer service at dealerships. Also possible Transfer case motor seized if you have push button 4x4 Mar 15, 2011 i just did this on my 04 f150 heritage 4x4 manual. Rear output type: slip yoke.
They also informed me the service log didn't show any service attempts to the truck so my truck sat for almost two weeks and no work was actually done and I was lied to. Feels like it is going to stall. If the shaft still turns, the problem is in the transfer case, if not you are looking in the correct place. On the way home it was obviously not fixed and I turned around and took it back. Without speedo hole, 31 spline input, 31 rear slip, cupped front output yoke. Not noticing anything obvious I checked the fluid levels and noticed that my transmission fluid was low. Then feel the open side of the solenoid to see if vacuum is coming through the switches when you apply your 4 wheel drive.
I replaced the transfer motor so i think it is the control module. It takes approximately 3 hours to change, by dropping the transfer case and replacing the seal. Noticed it made a groaning sound and shook. I waited 2 days ,and then drove the truck to the dealership 40 minutes away without any problems. Please call for customer service and availability at 1-855-870-9696. When you pump the vacume handle it will create … a vacume in the pickle jar and suck out the fluid. The dealer stated that they would install a new shift fork kit made with different material.
The contact then engaged the accelerated and noticed that the vehicle was in four wheel drive but the four wheel drive would not activate. My boyfriend did not believe it and then an hour later he was driving and I did it again. As of December 13, 2007, the dealer had not repaired the vehicle. The four wheel drive did not engage. Happens when trying to shift from gear to gear, and on inclines. The vehicle was taken to an authorized dealer where it was found that water was leaking through the front chassis in front of the four-wheel drive and corroding the solenoids.