Question about 1998 Honda Passport
Four wheel High is what you need to use in snow. It is similar to your regular driving experience but your speeds should
not exceed 45-50 mph. Shift through your normal gears as necessary and
drive with appropriate caution. Four wheel High should be used only as long as
driving conditions warrant, using it otherwise can cause unnecessary
wear on your transmission and drive-train as well as lower fuel economy.
Four wheel low is used for pulling out of a ditch if you are stuck, going through deep mud or rock crawling. Four wheel low will also cause your vehicle to lurch every time you press the gas pedal.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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