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Transfer lever positions on 85 hilux 4x4

I have just bought a 85 hilux 4x4 and I am not sure where the transfer lever positions should be for hi 4 wd, hi 2wd, and low 4wd should be, as the indication label on the dash is damaged. I wold be greatful for any advice on the correct configeration

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Well 2x4 is left and forward 4x4 high is straight back and 4x4 low is forward to the right

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H2 should be left and all way forward h4 will be straight back from h2 and l4 willbe right and forward of h4

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