Question about 1998 Land Rover Discovery
Short answer no! The vehicle is designed to be in 4x4 mode all the time. Long answer is Yes! But you will have to remove the Front propshaft and select Diff lock on (Small gear lever in front of main gear lever). When the diff lock is on a green light will illuminate on the dash near the speedo. This is not recommended for long duration, but is pefectly OK for a short trip on road to get you out of a fix, or for fault finding.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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