Last post on Aug 21, 2013 at 5:16 PM
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Toyota Sequoia, Toyota Highlander, Toyota 4Runner, Toyota Land Cruiser, Toyota RAV4, Toyota Tacoma, Truck, SUV
#2490 of 2493 Re: Sequoia, Land Cruiser and 4Runner [cliffy1]
Jul 14, 2013 (8:52 pm)
I really appreciate your thread on the 4WD systems of Toyota. I just bought a super clean 2000 Land Cruiser and do I understand you correctly that it is always in 4WD (more like a modern AWD) and that I do not need to shift into Diff. Lock in order to go through snow? I live in Minnesota, so it is helpful for me to know this. I notice that the shifter shows (4H, N and 4L). The lever is set at 4H all the time, but should it be in in N for better gas mileage? Either way the car is fantastic and will serve us well.
#2491 of 2493 Re: Sequoia, Land Cruiser and 4Runner [rcstrat]
Jul 27, 2013 (8:35 pm)
RC, in the absence of a LC owner reply, your best resource would be the vehicle owners manual. My ride is an '08 4Runner and it also has shifting instructions on a card in a clear pocket of the drivers sun visor so you might find help there. Last, I will guess that, like my 4Runner, you must be stopped to shift from 4H to 4L and N represents neutral, a required transition point between 4H and 4L. Royallen
#2492 of 2493 06 Tacoma 4x4 question
Aug 21, 2013 (5:16 pm)
Hey guys, I have an 06 taco 4x4. Love the truck but ran into a lol problem hunting the other day. Went to go through a small mud hole my 4x4 ranger handled fine previously and got stuck. When I put the truck in 4x4 low and high all wheels were spinning except the rear left and that was the only one with any grip on the ground. No matter what I did that wheel would not budge so I had to have a buddy come pull me out. Why in 4x4 did that wheel not spin, where's the problem?