Question about 1997 Land Rover Discovery
Yes it should be in High, unfortunatly the Land Rover discovery does not have 2 wheel drive capability. Unless one of the shift modulators is stuck then what your seeing is normal. There are kits available to change the gear ratio on the transfer case to get lower revs. I belive they are called a Disco box. This will decrease the torque and increase the power needed for take offs but will reduce the engine revs
Posted on May 26, 2011
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