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Old 01-12-2012
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GEM question

Would a GEM for a 2 wheel drive work for a 4 wheel drive. Ordered GEM says
4x2 my Ranger is a 96 4.0 4 wheel Drive
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I don't have the ETM for a 1996 so I can say one way or the other. However, I would think the easiest way to find out would be to simply call a local Ford parts department and see if they show a different part number between two wheel and four wheel drive for the GEM.
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I believe they'll be different part #'s. I'm in no way a GEM expert although I did replace mine... had to spend around $400 from Ford for a new one.

You might get lucky & one of the junk yard hunters could find one from a similar year & options truck a lot cheaper.
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The GEM on a 96 controls the 4x4 shift motor and instrument cluster. a 2wd GEM will not work
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