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Old 02-14-2013, 05:40 AM
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Feels like 4wd isnt fully disengaging

Big snow storm last weekend so I had to use a bit of 4WD, both high and low. After it was gone, I noticed something off in the front end when I make sharp turns, its like something is binding or the 4WD isnt fully disengaged. Same thing both right and left turns. I've played with it putting it in and out of 4WD but its still the same. Any ideas? BTW, it's an '03 f350.
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Old 02-14-2013, 07:56 AM
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Re: Feels like 4wd isnt fully disengaging

I have had to lock and unlock my auto hubs while turning the front driveshaft by hand a few times to get it loose. Just rock the DS back and forth and turn the hubs till it comes loose. Then service the hubs.

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