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    Pl help me how to check my self that 4x4 gear and rear differential lock working or not.

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    about 4x4 gear, if you shift to 4x4 you will feel the jeep has gotten a bit heavy. about checking the rear diff lock best way is to get your vehicle in such a condition by which one of your rear wheel is in air and if that wheel is not moving then it works.
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    Engage 4X4 as per yr vehicle
    e.g
    1st) Free Hub Lock
    2nd) 4X4 gear lever/button
    Get under the vehicle & rotate front shaft if it does not the 4X4 is engaged
    else not

    For rear diff lock
    Engage it as per ur vehicle
    Then lift the rear 2 wheels on jack
    Rotate any wheel the other should spin also
    If not then Rear Diff is not locked

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    thanks for sharing guys
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    come on jeep experts pl answer
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    Last time i checked my Terios kid it was at a service station on the lifter thing and while the guy was moving a wheel all four were moving so 4x4 was on ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asadsethi View Post
    come on jeep experts pl answer
    U have the answer
    I gave the end check i.e. Manual Check
    Don't go on indications in the panel
    e.g. Hub Lock LED on does not mean that it is physically engaged
    same is case with 4H indication
    About Rear Diff Lock if not locked the LED shall blink else steady
    as it has a feedback
    The above is for Toyota Prado 1KZJ71


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