my 4x4 1999 lincon navigator when i put in gear the 4x4 is stuck why

Asked by Aug 21, 2013 at 12:38 PM about the Lincoln Navigator

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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I assume it is stuck in 4X4 low, so try this: turn the key on, while someone pushes and holds the button for 2 WD lightly tap on the transfer case motor, this is a common problem with Ford products with transfer case motors, if this won't work then you may have to remove the motor assembly and manually turn the pawl to get the transfer case back into 2 WD so you can drive the vehicle. You then need to check to make sure the motor is receiving voltage when the system is activated, if voltage is present then the motor assembly needs replaced.

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