Question about 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe
Depending on if you have a push button, switch activated, or manual shift type 4x4 system they are generally the same. Transfer in 4x4 high can generally be made at any time that you're not traveling at highway speeds or faster by simply moving/pressing the selector switch/lever/button to the position indicated as 4x4 high. If you are wanting to use 4x4 low this transfer has to be made while the vehicle is stationary, wheels straight, vehicle in neutral and brake depressed. Note that the use of 4x4 low is only recommended for the most extreme driving conditions and should only be operated at low speeds.
Posted on Jan 26, 2011
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