Question about 2008 Toyota Tacoma
H4 button on the dash not working...but got it fixed by a local mechanic...so the mechanic simply said he engaged it permanently...but i couldn't understand what he really did..felt a power loss on the highway then..
+1 In addition to tire wear, having the truck locked into 4wd all the time will increase wear on the driveline, and turns on pavement will result in binding and "popping" as the front and rear axles turn at different rates.
Did the "mechanic" lock the system into 4H because your switch had malfunctioned, or because there was a problem with the actuator on the transfer case and front diff? If it was simply a matter of a bad switch, that is a $60 part from the dealer at full retail.
Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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