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09-26-2012 04:26 PM
GonzoBobH
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Originally Posted by C.L. View Post
There's also a fuse labeled something like "transmission override" in the box. With that pulled, you can start it in 2hi without pressing the clutch.
This alone is worth the price of admission
How much again to become a supporting member here?
09-26-2012 09:06 AM
oilwell1415 Hmmm.....if there was enough of a resistance to movement that it stalled the engine in 4L I find it pretty difficult to believe the starter is going to have the juevos to spin the engine over while moving the Jeep at the same time.
09-26-2012 08:58 AM
COStrider
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Originally Posted by SilverSport
Yes, you can start without clutch in 4L.
Good to know. Learning is cool
09-26-2012 06:43 AM
C.L.
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Originally Posted by Jeepin_Dad View Post
This feature also is nice if you ever lose a slave cylinder on your commute home. You can coast into stop lights/stop signs in nuetral then shut the engine off and shift into 4 lo & 1st or 2nd gear and use the starter motor to get rolling then shift into 2 hi and match rpms to shift through the rest of the gears. It wasn't the ideal way to make it home but it was better than paying for a tow.
There's also a fuse labeled something like "transmission override" in the box. With that pulled, you can start it in 2hi without pressing the clutch.
09-26-2012 06:42 AM
WatchThis!
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Originally Posted by n1as
This is one of the reasons 4L is not good for daily commuting. It is too easy to have the car lurch forward because you forgot to press the clutch.
Haha the fact that you can't go over 20mph might be another one also.
09-26-2012 06:27 AM
Jeepin_Dad This feature also is nice if you ever lose a slave cylinder on your commute home. You can coast into stop lights/stop signs in nuetral then shut the engine off and shift into 4 lo & 1st or 2nd gear and use the starter motor to get rolling then shift into 2 hi and match rpms to shift through the rest of the gears. It wasn't the ideal way to make it home but it was better than paying for a tow.
09-26-2012 06:12 AM
chim-chim7
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Originally Posted by n1as View Post
Yes, the vehicle moves forward. In fact, if you've stalled while crossing a river, you can often creep your way to dry land just by using the starter motor, even if the Jeep doesn't start.

Just don't over do it and burn up your starter.

Unless the reason you stalled was from slurping water into the intake.
09-26-2012 05:51 AM
n1as Yes, the vehicle moves forward. In fact, if you've stalled while crossing a river, you can often creep your way to dry land just by using the starter motor, even if the Jeep doesn't start.

Just don't over do it and burn up your starter.
09-25-2012 06:16 PM
stans1stjeep
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Originally Posted by SilverSport View Post
Think it is too......I saw it some where in black and white. Or maybe it was color.

Found it: Page 77 of Users Guide
Many years ago I took an off road driving course at the Chelsea (Chrysler) Proving Grounds. The preferred method for starting and stopping on the trail was to turn the ignition off (stop) turn the ignition on(start). The instructor did not want anyone to use the clutch or brakes while on the off road course. This is the area where Chrysler used to test tanks & other military vehicles. When I took the course, the "Roc-Trac" transfer case was still under development, & had not been released for production. One of the Jeeps we drove had the 4.0:1 transfer case, the rest had the standard transfer case.
09-25-2012 06:03 PM
GonzoBobH
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Originally Posted by SilverSport View Post
Found it: Page 77 of Users Guide
Thanks SS.

I was working off of key word searches and didn't notice the note:

Quote:
To enhance of-road performance in 4L mode, manual transmission vehicles will start regardless of whether or not the clutch pedal is depressed.
Next question: Have any of you tried this? What happens, the vehicle just starts moving? I guess it would have to.
09-25-2012 04:02 PM
n1as Yes, start in 4L without pressing the clutch. This is one of the reasons 4L is not good for daily commuting. It is too easy to have the car lurch forward because you forgot to press the clutch.









:-)

Yes, I know it isn't a "Car" ....

- Keith -
09-25-2012 03:31 PM
SilverSport
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Originally Posted by kbwwolf View Post
X2

Can't remember if it's in the manual or not...I think it is.
Think it is too......I saw it some where in black and white. Or maybe it was color.

Found it: Page 77 of Users Guide
09-25-2012 03:29 PM
kbwwolf
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Originally Posted by SilverSport View Post
Yes, you can start without clutch in 4L.
X2

Can't remember if it's in the manual or not...I think it is.
09-25-2012 03:24 PM
SilverSport Yes, you can start without clutch in 4L.
09-25-2012 03:02 PM
GonzoBobH
Okay, you stalled in water...

Quote:
2012 OM: "You should never stop or shut a
vehicle off when crossing deep water unless you ingested
water into the engine air intake. If the engine stalls, do
not attempt to restart it. Determine if it has ingested
water first. The key to any crossing is low and slow. Shift
into first gear (manual transmission), or DRIVE (automatic
transmission), with the transfer case in the 4L
(Low) position and proceed very slowly with a constant
slow speed {3 to 5 mph (5 to 8 km/h) maximum} and
light throttle. Keep the vehicle moving; do not try to
accelerate through the crossing. After crossing any water
higher than the bottom of the axle differentials, you
should inspect all of the vehicle fluids for signs of water
ingestion."
Okay, you stalled in water... but the good news is, you were crossing in 1st gear like you are supposed to -- and def' know better than to use your clutch (yes, you are driving a manual, haha).

I thought the manual said that users with manuals and with their jeep in 4L -- if stalled -- can start their victor with no clutch while it is in 1st.

I was surprised to NOT find that quoted in the manual.
But then I thought, if I didn't read it there, where the heck did I read it

Q: Is it in the manual, but I just can't find it -- and if not, is this true?

Just curious since I am working up to extend my breather hoses and wanted to brush up on water crossings (in case I accidentally cross a running wash in the desert ).

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