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BII/2nd Gen Ranger T-Case Question


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Yes. I believe it does. I haven't seen mine outside of it's unnecessary "pretty" cover lately. But I think that looks right and the connectors look right.
 
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Thanks! I guess all thats left is to get the correct electric t-case.
There's a '92 Explorer at my Pull-A-Part. It has a A4LD and 4WD
Will that case bolt up to my FM146?
 

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I realize after about 5 minutes with the search bar that was a stupid question.

But look what I found!
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Now I'm really confused...
@SenorNoob, looks like you were right.
 

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I do believe some hackery has been done. You DO have an electric t-case and the controller. Now, all you have to do is get it working.
 

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Check out the tech article on the electronic shift transfer case. It's pretty good.

If you need a controller, I have one here that I'm pretty sure worked when I took it out. Just PM me an address.
 


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