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Old 12-06-2007
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1990 XLT 4WD problem

In addition to the new problem I posted in a different thread I have also been having this problem with my 4WD...
Manual hubs are locked. I push the button on the dash for 4wd and nothing happens. No lights, no 4WD, nothing. I do hear a clicking sound from the module behind the drivers seat but that's it. I've pushed the reset button but the only thing that does is light up a red light on the module until I push the button on the dash again. Everything worked fine last time I needed it. Now, not so much. Any suggestions?
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take the modual apart and clean it...
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