What is the best set up to drive my 2007 f150 in 4wd (4 high) on the highway?

Asked by Dec 06, 2013 at 02:59 PM about the 2007 Ford F-150 FX4 SuperCab

Question type: General

Should I be in od?

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Won't hurt anything. Turn off the OD if you're towing, hauling or climbing a steep grade. All 4 tires should be the same size (diameter) Are you driving in slippery conditions? If not, you should disengage the 4X4.

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Yes it's ice n snow mix. I'm not impressed with it!! If I got over 40 it would start gettin squirrelly! Then on my way back it started jerkin know n then n felt like I was on the brake but wasn't.I put it back in 2 wd n it seems fine.any ideas on this??

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Sorry, I'm a California kid. I know that the 4 wheel drive system will bind and slow the whole works down when you corner because there is no differential action between the front and rear drivelines. Everything wants to turn at the same speed and can't when you corner.

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