Asked by Mar 11, 2013 at 09:38 PM about the 1999 Ford Expedition 4 Dr Eddie Bauer 4WD SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Some more info would be nice. Like what were you doing when it came on? Has it since gone off? Is the vehicle actually in 4wd?

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It is an automatic system and switches automatically when it darn well wants to: from a thread-Yes, these modern day "automatic" AWD systems will often ALWAYS make use, by default, of 4 wheel drive mode at times when Loss of traction, wheelspin/slip, is most likely to result should the roadbed traction coefficient be marginal


i was driving and the light turn on alone the 4wd was off

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i tryed to power the switch and turned off but the light still blinking


Ah so it is blinking. Take it and get the dtcs of the 4x4 and abs module

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What should i do? Clean it? Replace it?


And if u know where is it please, thank u


Well it depends of what codes it has alot of times its 4x4 motor on the transfer case. But i have put modules in before i cant tell you what to do until i know the dtcs

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