placing car in 4 wheel drive

Asked by Dec 11, 2008 at 08:42 PM about the 1999 Mitsubishi Montero

Question type: General

i understand 2 wheel and 4 wheel high and low but i dont understand how to place in low and what is the rear diff lock for and also the hold button on the console by the shift lever

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I was having the same issue with mine . Basically the shift pattern on the four wheel shifter doesn't show a link to the four low . You don't shift it straight up it jogs slightly to the right and then up into fou r low. Try bumping the top of the shifter downwards and slight diagonal to the right. By no means is it a smooth motion . Keep bumping it down snd over and it will go in. it will be very obvious when its In.

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