all wheel drive 09 expedition stuck in 4wheel low range

Asked by Jan 10, 2017 at 11:25 AM about the 2009 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

how to unstick a allwheel drive 09 expedition
stuck in low range

8 Answers


This may help, see below, copy and paste...



Have you been driving it in 4wd on dry pavement? If so they can be hard to get out of 4wd. Drive it slowly back and forth in a straight line and keep trying to shift it back into 2wd. It might take several tries but eventually it should come out unless you damaged the T-case. This has worked for me when I have forgotten to shift out of 4wd.


Next time use the auto-4wd which is perfect for dry pavement and mixed conditions.

truck is the eddie series all wheel drive so there is no 2wd and yes I just bought the truck yesterday and noticed it tried the first option

also just found out running lean on bank 1 + 2 is it ok to drive short distance like this


Take the truck back if you can! If 4 low locks the center differential then driving on dry pavement still could have damaged the t-case.

I think the switch is out can not take it back regret

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