LOL! Yea that for starters, also vehicle stopped, brake pedal depressed and
transmission in neutral. I can't believe how many people manage to "find" 4
low and then can't get it back out. Makes getting home kind of a slow
Ohhhhhh jeeze, i thought the rest of that was just common sense. i got
in to the habbit of going to neutral for even the on the fly 4hi, not
sure that is totally necessary.
Unless this explorer has a shift motor gone...
Not to mention damned noisy, with the squealing tires on pavement. ;-)
I put a vehicle in 4wd-L to back a horse trailer up a muddy driveway, and
then left it at the barn. The next morning, my wife had driven off before
I thought to take it out of 4wd-L.
I thought she might have driven down the road a ways, and been confused.
She laughed out loud. She said it took about three feet of forward
progress before she knew something needed adjusting. Apparently she had no
trouble getting it out of 4wd-L.
Clarence A Dold - Hidden Valley Lake, CA, USA GPS: 38.8,-122.5
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