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Why does your 2002 Explorer 4X4 selector button on the dash not light up nor go into 4X4 high when pushed?

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2007-11-15 21:53:10
2007-11-15 21:53:10

mine was a bad 4x4 module, located behind the glove box, it wont go into 4 low or high

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