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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
"N" is for Normal
"A/T" Is for Automatic Transmission
"P" is for Power
When "P" is selected a light that says "POWER"
comes on, it is just under the speedometer.
This switch is for the automatic transmission, it changes the shift points in the transmission for loaded or towing conditions when you need more power.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
I will assume you have the same thing as in a Suzuki Grand Vitara :
N : Neutral : use this when you tow your vehicle.
4H : Use it in normal road conditions, highway, etc.
4H Lock : Use it on offroad, snow, sand, ... etc
4L Lock : Use when you are stuck on snow or sand, BE CAREFUL, this mode is only for difficult situations, do not exceed 25 MPH, and do not use it in normal conditions.
Hope this help.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
try this website to see if they have your car listed its www.alladtadiy.com if they don't try your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair maual for your car.
Posted on May 26, 2009
I have locked my only key in the boot of my r reg saab 95... I think I might be able to drill into the reflector next to the lock in the boot and access the cable release ... but... is this feasible and where might I drill the hole? thanks.. Gary
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
Only the 4WD version is 'flat towable' - if yours is the front wheel drive version you will need a dolly as special equipment to prevent damage occuring to the transmission. Towing Auto vehicles is not really advisable in my opinion and unless it is specifically stated in the specification of the manufacturers handbook it is best avoided.
However you may want to check out this link which provides a list of towable pickups and SUVs that is updated each year. You can also find their list of towable vehicles from previous years there as well. These are vehicles that are factory approved by their manufacturers for towing behind a motorhome. Some vehicles such as the XL-7 require special procedures which must be followed, including speed and distance limitations.
For example, the 4WD version of the XL-7 requires special care to be taken every 200 miles in order to avoid the potential of transmission damage.
See link for more info
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Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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