Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Problems and Questions Forum' started by allenilly3, Aug 19, 2020.
If I remember correctly some were having that issue and it was bad or busted speed sensor
my first thought is a wheel sensor or the pcm wiring harness
Waiting on the battery for 20 min now. I wouldn’t be able to get or replace the sensor tonight on vacation. If that doesn’t work it sounds like I’m towing it to a dealership and hoping to catch a ride back to the beach house.
Crawl under the rear and look at the wheel sensors and see if a wire is broke off. It sucks to be in your shoes right now. Been there done that, don't want to do that again. Hope you can get it going. Could be worse.
I finally got back to the house okay. I was able to get it into 4H and limp back but 4A and 4L would not engage. I had to twist the knob multiple times before 4H kicked in. Nothing in the manual about manually engaging 4x4.
I decided to take a shot at making it back instead of towing it to the dealer and catching a ride since it was about 1.5 hours away (40 min of beach driving). I wasn’t even sure if I could catch an Uber or anything. I was super sketched out on the beach at night and not trusting the 4x4 system but the Baja lights and a little luck with falling tides made it easier.
I checked the wheel sensors and nothing seemed broken or loose. I’ll take a look at everything again tomorrow morning.
Thanks for the help guys. I’ll post an update when I get to the bottom of it.
@CoronaRaptor that would have been way worse!
Considering this was my day before all of this, I guess I can’t complain too much!
Anyone have part numbers for those sensors? Ford can’t look at the truck until Tuesday or Wednesday.
2019 Raptor 802a by the way.
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