Where does the blinker flasher go on 97 ford expedition 4wd?
Check your owners manual. If you don't have one copy & paste this link. http://www.genuineservice.com/genuineservice/en/gloveboxresults
The turn signal and emergency flashers are on a bracket together under the dash right about where the gas pedal is. The bracket can be lowered by putting a screwdriver into the clip and releasing the little catch. Remove the little cover over both flasher relays. The larger flasher is the turn signal (my 98 flasher was blue) and the smaller is the emergency flasher. I found mine by turning on the flashers and just…
Owners Manual. If you don't have one copy & paste this link. http://www.genuineservice.com/genuineservice/en/gloveboxresults ------------------------------------------------------ But, if your referring to a repair manual. You out of luck. No free auto repair manual out there. You might try Autozone.com for a repair guide. The site reported no repair guide for a 4wd Expedition, but did have one for a 2wd. Might be 'close-enough'.
With the engine running , if you are in A4WD ( automatic 4 Wheel Drive ) or 4 H , just turn the selector dial to 2 H . If you are in 4 L , with the engine running and the Expedition stopped with your foot on the brake pedal , shift the transmission to NEUTRAL , then turn the selector dial to 2 H , then put the transmission in gear or park
Many ways but the most obvious would be a 4WD shift lever inside the truck. If there is a level to shift it into 4wd then it is 4wd. No lever and it is 2wd. You can also just look under the front of the van. If you see a differential like the one in the rear it is 4wd. No differential and it is 2wd.