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Old 08-31-2010, 08:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How to engage the 4 wheel drive

How do you engage the 4 wheel drive
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Manual 4x4 auto 4x4, high low?
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Manual 4x4 auto 4x4, high low?
Low auto
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truck needs to be in neutral.
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truck needs to be in neutral.
And just turn the knob to 4x4 low
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yes. just put it in nuetral them turn the knob to 4x4 low.
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In neutral, and foot on the brake works for me.
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yeah,foots gotta be on the brake also,have to take out the same way,truck stopped,foot on brake,gear selector in nuetral....to get it into and out of 4X4 low.....
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In neutral, and foot on the brake works for me.
This is what it takes with mine for low range.
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How do you engage the 4 wheel drive
Well, I usually just lock in the hubs and pull the transfer lever into 4Hi or 4Lo. Unless I'm in my Toyota with ADD, then I forego the locking of the hubs.
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Make sure your stopped when doing this. You can shift in and out of 4WD High while you are moving and when I do that I usually don't do it if I am going more than 30mph and never on pavement.
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