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    Default 4 X 4 Help needed

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    All 4 x 4 wheelers, i am new to suvs.Can some one explain the gears of prado. When the small stick is in low/ N or my car does not reverse, even with the 4x4 engaged? please some 1 explain how to use both sticks togather.
    4 X 4 Help needed -102234 4 X 4 Help needed -102235

    Will appretiate detailed instructions as i am new to prado

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    @janj........ already read it nothing helped
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    Quote Originally Posted by kasaas View Post
    @janj........ already read it nothing helped
    Read it again might help you, small lever (N) position is to tow your vehicle.
    When the position of small lever is (N) stands for Neutral the vehicle will not going to move forward or reverse by putting it in D or R.

    (Neutral) Not engaged on either side; not taking part with or assisting either of two or more.

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    THANX! for normal drive shud i keep it on lo or hi?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kasaas View Post
    THANX! for normal drive shud i keep it on lo or hi?
    Keep in HIGH -H- all time, use (L) in the following situation

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    Thanx! fully understood
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