Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Hazelhurst, WI
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On my truck, the passenger side would allow the axle to spin freely when in 2wd while the driver's side would stay engaged. When I took a rubber mallet and beat on the hub a little bit, the axle freed up. I then tore both hubs apart, serviced and greased all the internal components and now both axles are free.
The problem is that I don't think they were ever taken off of Auto so the selector knob is frozen on Auto. We built a custom tool for turning the hubs and were able to break them loose. Hopefully I will be able to work the knobs to the point where I can just use my hand to lock in the hubs.
2006 Ford F-350 6.0 Crew Cab Lariat Short Box./4" exhaust/SCT X4 7015 (White Noise)/Autometer Boost and Fuel Pressure(Strictly Adapter)/Edge Insight CTS2/FICM Repair.com Complete Wire Kit/08+ Rear Differential Cover/B&W Goosneck hitch/Sinister Coolant Filter/High Idle/Blue Spring/Purchased 2/28/2014
2002 Ford F-350 7.3 Crew Cab Lariat Short Box, SOLD 2/24/2014
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