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Old 02-04-2011, 05:46 PM
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fwd doesnt work on my 07 f550

when I put in 4wd lo or hi and lock the hubs on my 07 f550 it doesnt seem to pull whats wrong?
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when I put in 4wd lo or hi and lock the hubs on my 07 f550 it doesnt seem to pull whats wrong?
Is it a manual shift for 4wd or electronic switch on dash? Do you have auto hubs?
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Old 02-05-2011, 07:26 AM
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it is manual shift when i put in in 4wd i can feel the truck shift but when im in the snow i feel the rear end all of the road. it has manual hub lockers and i turn them to lock but downs feel the difference.
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it is manual shift when i put in in 4wd i can feel the truck shift but when im in the snow i feel the rear end all of the road. it has manual hub lockers and i turn them to lock but downs feel the difference.
Well that is the most simple of all the systems and there really isn't much to go wrong. I don't know what to have you try. Only thing I can think is possible bad hub itself but not sure Hopefully someone else can chime in on this thread and give you some ideas.
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