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Old April 5th, 2011, 09:29 PM
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I have a 95 bronco and thefront hubs lock when ever they want i have looked for a issue but cant find it. what controls the auto hubs and how do i fix it with out replacing the hubs i would like to keep the autolocking hubs. also where can i get an actuator for the transfercase
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T-case: electric shift motor? Check any local parts store, they should have one either on hand or near by.

IIRC, those hubs are prone to blowing apart, sometimes in a big way. Heard stories of parts going flying past spotters on trails.

Pretty sure with those hubs theres a spring in them, and its waiting for torque from the driveline to cause it to engage. Make sure you havn't PACKED the hubs, just a fair coat of grease will do. Even though I've also heard people say use ATF to lube them instead.

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