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Mitsubishi Pajero Sport: The Prodigy Returns - Top Gearwww.topgear.com/.../mitsubishi-pajero-sport-the-prodigy-returns/...Mitsubishi Pajero Sport: The Prodigy Returns. ... 2H, 4H, 4HLc and 4LLc. ... But with the Pajero, you can use 4H on paved surfaces thanks to the centre differential, ...
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Using the shorter gear leaver in the samurai, the gear choices are arranged in a simple U fashion. They are arranged in sequence. At left top, bottom, right middle and right top you have 2 high(2H), 4 hight (4H), neutral(N) and 4 low (4L). 2H- Engages rear wheel drive only. 4H- Engages all wheels in 4X4 mode. N- Disengages all wheels (if you gonna tow your vehicle) 4L- Engages all wheels in 4X4 mode with 50% more torque but you cut your top speed by an equal amount. If you have the OEM gear knob the diagram of the layout of the transfer box should be imprinted. 2 high should be used on dry and mildly wet paved roads. Using 4L or 4H in these conditions may result in damage to your transfer box. You may use 4L or 4H in any other road conditions.
the samurai doesn't have 2L it has 2H. there are 4 modes on the transfercase. 2H, 4H, N and 4L. 2H engages the rear wheels only while 4H and 4L engages all 4 wheels. N disengages all 4 wheels, useful for flat towing.
You can "shift on the fly" at up to 45mph - just let off the gas and pull the shifter back to 4hi. DO NOT try going to 4lo while moving.
Another way is to stop, put it in neutral, and pull the shifter back to 4hi or 4lo.
This is vacuum activated - so if you can't get it to engage - the vacuum motor is failed - or you have a disconnected or rotted vacuum line.
Cherokees have the command - track. You'll see a lever next to the
transmission shifter that has letters 2H, 4H, N, 4L on it. You can
shift from 2H (2wheel drive high range) to 4H (4wheel drive high range)
at any legal speed. If it's an automatic, I recommend just taking your
feet off of both pedals, so there's not a lot of torque being passed
thru the transfer case. If it's a standard I recommend stepping on the
clutch when you shift, but it's not necessary. To go to Neutral just
pull the shifter back one more position to the N position. To shift
into 4L (4wheel drive lo range) you must be stopped. I also recommend
shifting the transmission into neutral when you do this. Push the
shifter to the right, then pull it back.
4L only to be used in extreme condtions N 4H for off road/snow/ice 2H - normal driving
when switching to 4H vehicle must be stationary, as when changing from 4H to 4L but it is possible to change from 4H back to 2H while in motion. when 4wd is engaged a lamp will illuminate on dials telling that the hubs are free wheeling, when changing back to 2H you must press corresponding switch to dis-engage this function
There should be a lever shifter on the floor board with 2h- 4h-4L on the knob. Pull or push the lever to 4H then get out and go to the front axle. In the middle of the front tires there should be a locking front hub assembly, turn the selector to lock, do this on both wheels, your truck should now be in 4 wheel drive. To put it in 4L you need to havt the transmission in nuetral before you shift the lever. Once done playing make sure you unlock your front axel(hubs) and place the lever in 2H.
Neutral is only used when you need to tow the jeep. Normal two wheel driving is done in 2h. To engage 4wheel drive keep rolling slowly and engage either 4h or 4L. Generally 4L is almost never used as it is for pulling weight like a vehicle stuck in a snowbank. If it does not return to 2h when you go back into two wheel operation, many times it will if you back up about ten or twenty feet. Don't engage 4 wheel drive while standing still. and never force the lever if you hear grinding.
OK, It could be that the device that shifts your drive line in and out of 4WD...is sticking, binding or not deactivating for some reason. I am not sure what type of device is used on your vehicle. Jeep uses a sliding splined collar on a 2 piece axle that used to be activated by vacuum motor on the front axle. GM uses an electric plunger motor to achieve the same result. I suggest you find whatever device it is that engages your 4WD....and start there. Good luck. It is always fun to learn something new...and fix it. Chip