Just bought a 02 explorer. When pressing the 4x4 high or low, the light wont come in. Dealer says its the module, he's fixing for free. I'm curious to know if this is a common issue, or should I not r

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Asked by Dec 17, 2013 at 09:59 PM about the Ford Explorer

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For what it's worth. I live way down south where it is flat and the temp rarely gets down below 40 degrees. We have no need for 4 X 4 vehicles down here, but I have been reading these form questions for years since I own three explorers plus an F-150. Allow me to say it seems there are more than enough questions about 4 X 4 problems in the two vehicles I mentioned to make me think, I'd never want a 4 X 4. If you really do not need one, why purchase one where the repairs are expensive? Like I said, for what is is worth.

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