no. the auto locking hubs are supposed to lock when the axles for the front wheels are turned by the transfercase (this is ONLY done when you have it in 4h or 4l...either by push button or by a stick shift..depending). full time 4x4 means that you CANNOT take it out of 4x4.fordbronco351 said:ok cool, so does having automatic hubs mean u have full time 4wd?
Gacknar said:Only if the transfer case is in 4hi or 4lo.
(wich it shouldn't be on pavement)
Huh???crashcrew said:I'm not sure what you are trying to say here. I have auto locking hubs and if I lock my hubs I'm automatically in 4hi and then I have another button to push in order to get into 4lo.
:wtfcrashcrew said:I'm not sure what you are trying to say here. I have auto locking hubs and if I lock my hubs I'm automatically in 4hi and then I have another button to push in order to get into 4lo. I have no problems with auto locking hubs.
sewiv said:I have never figured out what you guys are talking about with the c-clips you have so much trouble with. Do you mean the big wire ring on the autohub? Pull out the retainer, squeeze the ends of the ring together, take it all off together, that's it, it's a 2 second job. The C-clip on the axle stub is a little tougher, I just slide a straight pick down one of the splines and under the clip, and it pops off.
What's funny about this is that it still doesn't answer which one you all are having trouble with.smileybry said:You know, when i did mine, the first one actually came off in just a few "moves" but i couldnt get the other side off to save my life. My buddy leaned over me and just went "pop"... maybe its midichlorians