How to Use 4WD Selector on 2014 Toyota 4Runner

2014 Toyota 4Runner 4WD Selector 1 photo
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The 4WD selector on the new Toyota 4Runner lets you choose between different gear speeds for different driving conditions so you’ll drive over rough terrain easier.
If you have all-wheel-drive 4Runner, the selector is located on the lower center console, near the gear shifter. You can switch it in three available position according to the surface you are driving on. Here are the options:
  • H4F - is the full-time 4x4 default setting used when driving on dry, normal paved roads
  • H4L - this setting is used for light off-road conditions as well as on snow and ice
  • L4L - is the low speed four-wheel-drive position, for high torque at low speeds, needed when driving in high snow, mud, climbing or descending steep hills, rock crawling. Also, to use this setting, you must stop the car, push the brake pedal, switch the transmission to neutral and push down on the knob while turning it.

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