Question about 1989 Toyota Pickup SR5
Would like to know about the different 4wd settings and how and when to use them. Also help with manual locking hubs. Do not have owners manual.
You should have 2 hi 4 low 4 hi and nuetral on your transfer case 4 hi would be anything up to 35-40mph or lower 4 low is almost never used it just gears down your t case if your climbing a hill or super stuck the manual locing hubs are extremely reliable do not have them locked on dry pavement or concrete just loose dirt snow ice ect put the tranny gear shifter in nuetral to put your t case in 4 low
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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