SOLVED: I have a 2000 Ford explorer sport 4 wheel drive My

Detail: I have a 2000 Ford explorer sport 4 wheel drive My ABS light is on . Looking at the left front wheel where drive enters the wheel there is a loose ring around the rubber boot. Could this be the cause for the ABS light being on?? What do you call this part?? How do I replace it??? Bill
Detail Question SOLVED: I have a 2000 Ford explorer sport 4 wheel drive My

Solution: No that is a boot retainer clip and should be attended to as ir prevents dirt getting into the joint There is a wire around that point that goes to a sensor got the ABS and it may be loose or damaged have the boot checked out and if it is cracked have a drive line shop replace it , Hi, a 6ya Mechanic can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two. Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to a Mechanic (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck! , serviceing it is ok but i would replace it once it has frozen up (rusted) it will do it agin a short time after serviceing i have done this on alot of jeeps and other models replace it with a new one rank and vote my solution TY , I agree w/ Dave, if u have a part time system, u should not use 4wd on dry pavement, if it's full time 4wd, there are 3 couplings that shift torque to different axles to to allow wheels to spin at different revolutions, and u should not experience the 'driveline wind-up' ,or torque bind. If u do, the system needs to be inspected for problems. , there is a vacuum switch on top of the transfer case it applies vacuum when the truck is shift ed in to 4 wheel drive . if you connect it to direct vacuum you front axle will be engaged all the time , First thing to test is to see if the front driveshaft is getting engaged from the transfer case. With the vehicle in 4x4, and engine shut off, and in park, crawl under and try to turn the front driveshaft by hand. The driveshaft looks like a pipe that runs from the transfer case, located just behind the engine/transmission, to the front differential. If it rotates by hand, there is a problem with the transfer case. Some Jeeps have a vacuum actuator on the front diff that slides a collar inside the axle tube to engage it. I will watch for you findings, and you can leave me another message, and I will be happy to chat back with you on your findings. , Correct

By entering you agreed with our Terms of use and Privacy Policy.If you do not agree, please do not use this service or you will face consequences.
This site powered by Express JS, node.js, MongoDBand advanced javascript algorithm include all npm modules
Copyrighted © 2015