Question about 1989 Isuzu Amigo
Friend has a 1989 Amigo that is a standard transmission.. How would they shifr it to four wheel drive?? It has a shifter on the floor but it also has a button on the dash or looks like a button.. Any idea???
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Posted on Apr 04, 2010
If the Amigo is like other fwd setups,you should be able to pull the floor shifter back one notch for fwd in the standard(or high)driving range.I don't know if you can shift "on the fly" with the Amigo,so I would shift it to 4x4 while stopped in nuetral. When you pull the shifter to the left(towards the driver)and all the way back,that should be 4x4 in the low range(for speeds under 20 mph only). I would not recomend that you drive you vehicle on the highway in low range....The button on the dash may actually be a light to let you know when you are using the fwd. Make sure you kick it back to 2wd when you return on dry pavement.Any Isuzu dealers' service department can also help you on the matter. Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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