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Well I was doing the 10 hour service. I cleaned the VSS and when I reinstalled the 4wd accuator it makes a loud squeaking noise when i try to put in 4wd and it will not go into 4wd. I put in 4wd before removing. Can anyone help me?? Is the pin suppose to go in the middle of the accuator forks?


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What does your manual say?
 

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Owners manual shows nothing about accuator. Trying to download a service manual from service manual vault. But they do not have one for Maverick
 

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Do a search on here. There is a service manual thread for downloading I believe.
Why did you post this twice?
 

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Actuator Removal
NOTE: Before beginning any servicing on the actuator,
make sure the vehicle is in 4WD position.
No need to remove engine from vehicle.
Place a drain pan under actuator.
Remove actuator screws.
Tmr2011-016-025_a
1. Actuator
2. Washer
3. Screw
Pull the actuator out of housing.
Actuator Installation
Apply a small amount of SUPER LUBE GREASE
(P/N 293 550 030) on actuator O-ring.
vmr2006-035-002_A
1. Actuator O-ring
Ensure coupling fork is in 4WD position (toward
the front of vehicle).
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XX (GEARBOX AND 4X4 COUPLING UNIT)
Tmr2011-016-026_a
1. Coupling fork in 4WD position
Align the actuator fork with the pin on coupling
fork then push the actuator in the housing. See
the following illustration to position the actuator
correctly.
Tmr2011-016-027_a
1. Actuator
2. Actuator fork
3. Coupling fork
Rotate the actuator counterclockwise until it orients
itself to mounting position.
NOTICE Do not cut or break the actuator
O-ring.
Install all actuator screws and tighten them.
ACTUATOR SCREWS
Tightening torque 25N•m ± 3N•m
(18 lbf•ft ± 2 lbf•ft)
Connect actuator.
Lift the front of vehicle.
Turn front wheels. The front propeller shaft
should not turn (the PARK position must be selected).
If the front propeller shaft turns, the actuator is not
installed correctly. Remove actuator and reinstall
it.
Place ignition switch to ON position and select the
2WD position.
Turn front wheel again. The front propeller shaft
should turn easily.
If the front propeller shaft does not turn, the actuator
is not installed correctly. Remove actuator
and reinstall it.
NOTICE Refill missing gearbox oil, refer to
GEARBOX OIL REPLACEMENT in PERIODIC
MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES subsection.
Install all other removed parts.
GEARBOX OIL SEALS
Gearbox Oil Seal Replacement
Replace oil seals if they are brittle, hard or damaged.
A small flat screwdriver can be used to remove
most of these oil seals.
NOTICE Avoid scoring parts during oil seal
removal.
When replacing an oil seal, take this opportunity
to inspect the following:
– Check bearings behind each oil seal for contamination
and/or metal shavings.
– Check oil seal running surfaces for scratches.
Oil Seal Lubrication
When installing or reinstalling oil seals, use
PETAMO GREASE GHY 133N (P/N 420 899 271) to:
– Lubricate sealing lips all around.
– Fill up the room between sealing lips halfway
around the perimeter.
 
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Hey I hate to bring up and old thread but I can't find any pictures that show how to line it up better. The forks aren't moving for me. Is the pin supposed to go into the fork?
 
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