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    Helooo manne

    Ek het my 2001 KB280DT LX DC 4x2 met 260 000km verkoop en vir my `n 2009 KB300LX DC 4x4 gekoop met 81 000km. Het sopas die laaste diens onder sy diensplan gedoen. Ek moet se ek is sover baie be-indruk met die bakkie se werks verigting. Daai krag.....eishhhh man!

    Ek het so bietjie gesukkel met die 2H 4H 4L knoppies. Ek is nie altyd seker waneer die bakkie in die stelling is wat ek gekies het nie. Soms flikker die 4x4 ikoon op die cluster vinnig en dan stadig......ek weet.......ek is nog stupid maar wees so gaaf en verduidelik bietjie die stelsel asb.

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    Geluk met jou voertuig!
    Daai 4x4 werk baie eenvoudig... As die liggie nie meer flikker nie het hy engage, as hy vinnig flikker is die transfer nie reg op geline om in te gan nie, jy Kan die Bakkie in rat sit en net stadig beweeg en Dan weer uit rat uit, dit help partykeer as die wiele gedraai is... Ek het agter gekom op Myne dit werk partykeer as ek die knoppie net weer druk... Jy sal Gou gewoond raak aan wat om waneer te doen... Speel maar bietjie so rond en kyk maar in die boekie ook as jy twyfel....

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    Stem 100% saam met Frank.

    Gee die sisteem net 'n bietjie tyd om sy ding te doen. Dit is net iets om aan gewoond te raak.

    Ek het 'n uitdruk gemnaak van "electronic 4wd reset procedure" en in my cubby gesit, indien nodig. (Dit is bo-aan die Isuzu threads -sticky threads)

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    HI
    Apologies if I write stuff you already know.

    You can engage 4H while driving at speeds up to 100km/h

    To engage 4L, the vehicle MUST be stationary.
    Gear lever in Neutral and the clutch depressed.

    First engage 4H - stop and engage 4L.

    The instructions are a bit confusing, and it caught me out in the beginning as well.
    Instructions say must be in neutral.
    Underneath the 3 buttons there's a line and Neutral written there as well.
    That's not the neutral to engage 4L but to disengage everything in case the car needs to be towed.

    Hope this helps and apologies if I repeated anything you already know
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    Are you still in 4x4 once you turn the ignition off?

    I know you lose difflock once you switch off.
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    Still in 4x4 after you turn the ignition off...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Henkt View Post
    HI
    You can engage 4H while driving at speeds up to 100km/h
    I've read this comment a few times. But I've just checked again.
    2H to 4H : Stationary
    4H to 2H : Constant speed under 100km/h

    Am I missing somthing?
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    andreklopper that is the way I understand it (and it is written on the visor) as well.

    I must say I would have preferred a lever ("kort stokkie"). All good & well to say 'go slowly forward & backwards until it engages', but no use if you are spinning in one spot and can't move because the thing won't engage!
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    Quote Originally Posted by walkabout View Post
    andreklopper that is the way I understand it (and it is written on the visor) as well.

    I must say I would have preferred a lever ("kort stokkie"). All good & well to say 'go slowly forward & backwards until it engages', but no use if you are spinning in one spot and can't move because the thing won't engage!
    Once you have used the 'knoppies' a few times, you will realise that it really is easy to use.

    From normal 2 wheel driving to 4H, you can do it on the fly up to a speed of 100km/h (also back to 2H). The vehicle do not have to be stationary.

    Low range requires the vehicle to be stationary and in neutral, with the clutch in. Same to move back to 4H or 2H.
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    I only know that as a rule of thumb you can shift a vehicle into high range whilst driving,max 80km/h. To shift into low range,you have to stop,clutch,engage. If not,then pray TS will recover you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlakvarkie View Post

    Low range requires the vehicle to be stationary and in neutral, with the clutch in. Same to move back to 4H or 2H.
    Vlakvarkie I have done the 2H to 4H on the fly, but it makes quote a "clunk" as it engages and as said is not mentioned on the visor - the manual might say different?

    I should have been clearer - I was speaking about 4H to 4L, when it doesn't (always) engage immediately. Yes N & clutch in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walkabout View Post
    Vlakvarkie I have done the 2H to 4H on the fly, but it makes quote a "clunk" as it engages and as said is not mentioned on the visor - the manual might say different?

    I should have been clearer - I was speaking about 4H to 4L, when it doesn't (always) engage immediately. Yes N & clutch in.
    I have not experienced a "clunk" noise.
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