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Old 02-03-2009, 04:01 PM
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Question 4-Lo In Nuetral?

I thought for a while, my 4-lo didn't work. I found today, it only engages in nuetral. Is it supposed to?
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That is correct
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I am pretty sure mine will go in in park also!
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Old 02-03-2009, 04:09 PM
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I am pretty sure mine will go in in park also!
Never have tried it in Park. All the vehicles I have driven you had to be in Neutral to go in and out of 4Low
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I am pretty sure mine will go in in park also!
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Never have tried it in Park. All the vehicles I have driven you had to be in Neutral to go in and out of 4Low
Mine won't do it in park. I tried for giggles today to see if it would work. When it's in park, 4-hi takes about a sec or so before the light comes on & 4-lo it doesn't do anything. In neutral, the 'Low Range' light comes on right away & you can hear/feel it engage.
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And after you take it out of 4low, drive in reverse for about 10ft. This helps it disengage.
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Only in "N". It won't work in "P".
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And after you take it out of 4low, drive in reverse for about 10ft. This helps it disengage.
Crap! I tried it in the driveway & after I turned the switch back to 4-hi, I just shut the truck off. Should I worry?
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Only in "N". It won't work in "P".
That settles it, then. "N" it is! Thanks, guys!
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Crap! I tried it in the driveway & after I turned the switch back to 4-hi, I just shut the truck off. Should I worry?
I wouldn't.
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Crap! I tried it in the driveway & after I turned the switch back to 4-hi, I just shut the truck off. Should I worry?


That settles it, then. "N" it is! Thanks, guys!
No dont worry. That just helps disengage it easier. If its still in 4low, you will be able to tell and you can just disengage it then
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