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Toyota 4Runner: Four-wheel drive system (full-time 4WD models)

Toyota 4Runner Owners Manual / When driving / Using other driving systems / Four-wheel drive system (full-time 4WD models)

Use the four-wheel drive control switch to select the following transfer modes:


1. H4F (high speed position)

Use this for normal driving on dry hard-surfaced roads. This position gives greater economy, quietest ride and least wear.

2. H4L (high speed position, center differential locked)

Use this for driving only on tracks that permit the tires slide, like offroad, icy or snow-covered roads.

3. L4L (low speed position, center differential locked)

Use this for maximum power and traction. Use “L4L” for climbing or descending steep hills, off-road driving, and hard pulling in sand, mud or deep snow.

4. Center differential lock indicator

5. Low speed four-wheel drive indicator

Shifting between H4 and L4
Shifting from H4 to L4 Stop the vehicle completely and continue to depress the brake pedal. Shift the shift lever to N. Type A Shift the front-wheel drive control lever to L4. Type B Pus ...

Shifting between H4F and H4L
Push the “UNLOCK” button and turn the four-wheel drive control switch to H4L or H4F. This can be done at any speed. The center differential lock indicator will turn on (H4L) or go off (H4F). ...

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