Can somebody please post a pic of their 4x4 shift knob please
4L is the last click (almost pointing straight up)yeah i know this thread is dead but just curious here...
2H is when the shifter is all the way down right?
4H is when the shifter is pulled up to the first 'click' right?
4L is when the shifter is pulled up to the second 'click' right?
where is N in the shifting point of the transfer case?
oh, and yeah... 4h is for hazzard conditions. 4L is ONLY for really low power. Pulling someone out or getting yourself out. Usually not used over 5-10mph max.
no but it must have been hard to drive like that, are you sure your 4x4 actually works? Its a very common issue for the 4 wheel drive to go out on YJs. But no if you are driving 30mph in 4lo its ok but next time do it in 4HI.ok cool thanks. would i f-up my transfer case if i went 8 miles on 4L doing 30MPH on snow packed roads? because i did that thinking i was in 4H because i wasnt aware of the shift pattern and the PO put an aftermarket carbon fiber know on without the pattern on it. this is my first 4x4 i own so i thought logically, i guess, that pulling the shifter to the highest click is 4H :doh:
you'd be surprised what 2wd can do, it just sounds weird that you drove 30mph in 4lo, i've never tried going 30 but i know at 15 i just spin tires on dirt. Well theres two quick tests if you want to know for sure, first off the 4x4 lights should come on when in 4 which is a good indicator it works and drive around in a tight circle in 4HI on flat pavement and the wheel should fight you as you go in a circle as in it will try to straighten itself out. If your 4x4 is out you will drive in a circle with very little resistance.yeah i was def. 4wd or else i would not have been able to drive through what i drove through lol.