#1
I have a '94 jeep grand Cherokee, its not bad considering i'm only in high school. But anyway, i live in wisconsin so we're getting pretty heavy snow already, my jeep has 4 wheel drive, and i sometimes switch between 2 wheel, 4 wheel part time, and full time 4 wheel drive. will it hurt anything in the car if i switch between them while driving, because i often do and i dont want to damage my car.
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#2
Nope.
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No, you're fine.
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#8
i think if it's quadra-drive it is bad for it. that's something you'd want to come to a complete stop for.
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#11
Nahh man, it's fine. 4-high is probably a better gear for regular driving. Not sure, I don't own a four wheel anymore, nor do I live in snow.
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Nahh man, it's fine. 4-high is probably a better gear for regular driving. Not sure, I don't own a four wheel anymore, nor do I live in snow.


thats a good way to break your rear differental too
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thats a good way to break your rear differental too

Driving in 4-high? How do you figure? How would it compare to 4-low? From all the offroad trucks I've been in, 4-low is the "I'm getting bogged down" kind of gear.
#14
Like said before, as long as you do it while total stopped, unless you'd want to risk damaging any of the solicitated shafts/gears. Just like any motor that can do that, tractors, atvs etc, it's just a physical basic thing, go for progressive, not for sudden muscle.
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On a side note, where in WI are you? I'm down by madison, and they've almost surely called off school for us tomorrow down here.
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Like said before, as long as you do it while total stopped, unless you'd want to risk damaging any of the solicitated shafts/gears. Just like any motor that can do that, tractors, atvs etc, it's just a physical basic thing, go for progressive, not for sudden muscle.

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Driving in 4-high? How do you figure? How would it compare to 4-low? From all the offroad trucks I've been in, 4-low is the "I'm getting bogged down" kind of gear.


driving above 45 will snap the rear differentual in two I've seen it happen thats why you dont drive with 4wd on on the highway but your up north and Im in the south so you mite need to in the winter
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driving above 45 will snap the rear differentual in two I've seen it happen thats why you dont drive with 4wd on on the highway but your up north and Im in the south so you mite need to in the winter
Yeah, I knew highway speeds would screw with your rear end, but I'm in the same boat as you. I live in Florida, so I don't deal with snow, haha.