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Old 09-13-2008
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95 4wd ranger question...

ok first let me start to say i haven't tested it yet to see if the 4wd is still engagin due to having to prepare for hurricane ike since i live about an hour from the gulf coast in tx where it's bout to hit. i was ridin around last night and i noticed that both the 4 and 4 low light would both blink a couple times, stop, then repeat. now i'm not sure if this is an indicator that there's a possible problem with the transfer case or just a sensor or switch problem. any ideas or anyone have the same thing happen to them?
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couple things.. still have stock hubs?

might need to swap to manuals...

next the engage motor might need to come off and be cleaned there is a how to on therangerstation.com
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no more stock hubs.. the autos crapped out and i replaced them over a year ago with warn manual lockers.. so now i'll check the engage motor out...thanks for the help.
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