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    Asalam o alaikum
    I recently purchsed prado 1996 and wanted to inquire about some features.
    I did understand the O/D Drive button but it also has two additional buttons
    1)Pwr
    2)2nd
    When i press the pwr button it says ect on the meter
    And when i press 2nd it says second.
    Can you explain the fuction of these two buttons and that where should they be used in offroading or normal driving?
    Thankyou


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    Quote Originally Posted by qasim-ahmed1 View Post
    Asalam o alaikum
    I recently purchsed prado 1996 and wanted to inquire about some features.
    I did understand the O/D Drive button but it also has two additional buttons
    1)Pwr
    2)2nd
    When i press the pwr button it says ect on the meter
    And when i press 2nd it says second.
    Can you explain the fuction of these two buttons and that where should they be used in offroading or normal driving?
    Thankyou
    ECT stands for electronically controlled transmission, this mode of transmission is used to haul something like trailer, or it can be used in hilly or mountainous areas too. this button should be pressed only when your vehicle is under stress or heavy loaded. but remember it costs more fuel.

    2nd: as it indicates that the vehicle is on 2nd gear only. it is used in slippery road like ice, where keeping the vehicle on 1st gear keeps the tire spinning.

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