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I got stuck in some mud the other day, went to shift into 4 wheel drive and the shifter just floats freely feels like it is not connected to anything. rear wheel drive still works fine.  is there a linkage that may have come apart or broken? and most importantly is this something i should attempt to fix with my limited mechanical ability,tools and knowledge or should i take it to a shop.  i had to be pulled out by a ford...very embarrassing!!!  Thanks in advance for any help or advice you have to offer

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Use our Part number lookup tool to see how the gear select works

 

 

select the transfercase section out of the drop down, I think it is page 505 you can see the linkage parts 12,13,14,15

 

Should be VERY easy to crawl under the truck and figure out what's up.

Edited by Me78569

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