1995 Ford Explorer "transfer case speed" Questions

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transfer case and detect the speed of the front and rear driveshafts. This input is used by the generic electronic module (GEM) primarily to control A4WD operation. The throttle position output signal

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...transfer case does not light switch in dash or engage transfer case Electronic Shift On the Fly (ESOF) Operation The ESOF system is an electronic shift 4x4 system that allows the operator to choose ...

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transfer case will not engage. Trans output shaft is turning because it will grind if I try to put it back in park. must shut down engine then place trans in park. No bangs, grinds vibrations ect when

transfer case on the rear of the transfer case? I replaced the shift moter on the transfer case and my lights are still blinking. was wondering if that sensor on the rear was bad causeing it to blink.

...transfer case im about 90% sure thats the problem 4x4 high should not blink for more than ten seconds unless you engaged it going faster than 45MPH. Then it will blink until you get down under that ...

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...transfer case to eliminate the rear moving faster than the front. If it gets to full-lock, for example, and the rear still seems to be turning faster then it reverts the system to 4WD (locks the ...

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...transfer case to eliminate the rear moving faster than the front. If it gets to full-lock, for example, and the rear still seems to be turning faster then it reverts the system to 4WD (locks the ...

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...transfer case 4x4 motor mounted on the rear of the transfer case next to the rear drive shaft.They are actually easy to replace.There is a wire that comes out of the transfer and goes into the ...

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transfer case stays in 4wd If it is auto 4wd it could be a speed sensor problem. There are 2 sensors on the drive train. When there is a difference of speed between them it activates the auto4wd. If ...

Transfer Case -Automatic Four Wheel Drive (A4WD) An not Transfer Case -All-Wheel Drive (AWD) Two different system's . The automatic system is electroniclly controlled . When it has electrical problems

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