Originally Posted by ColinS
take your hubs off and clean the grease off them see if that helps solve the problem first
Ok thanx! I've found links to hub replacement, but no one really ever gives an estimate as to how long it should take. I guess what I'm getting at is this;
If the truck already has 183k miles, and I plan to go with manual hubs in the future anyway, rather than do it twice, should I just go with the manuals anyway, OR are you asking me to clean them out just to make sure that isn't the problem?
With all due respect to this forum and it's members, I love the little ranger, BUT........I bought this truck to "replace" my 95 ISUZU RODEO 4x4, and if it's something more involved and/or more costly than JUST replacing the hubs, I'll prolly sell it and keep my RODEO! I love FORD, but like many of you, and CUSSING this push button 4wd, and I haven't even driven the truck 10 miles yet! What was so wrong with keeping the extra tiny shifter? Lol!
Even ISUZU kno