Asked by Feb 01, 2007 at 08:33 PM about the 1988 Ford Bronco II

Question type: Maintenance & Repair


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I've been racking my brain to try and figure out what it was that he unplugged that would make the 4wd not work. I can't think of anything. I would either get a chilton repair manual (from auto store or library) or have a local mechanic look at it to see what your friend unplugged. Oh and make him pay for it!

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If your Bronco ahs electronic shift transfer case rather than a manual shifter on the floor. He probably unpluged the wiring harness to the electric shift motor at the transfer case.

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If it is an electric transfer case, then that's what he unplugged. Why was he messing with your truck?

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i have a 1988 for bronco 2 it has a brand new shift motor 4 wheel drive i changed the module and the 4 wheel light comes on because its in 4 wheel drive but it wont shift at all is there any thing else that could be doing it thanks

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