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Old 01-30-2013, 09:42 AM
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2013 explorer 4wd operation

just curious..at what speeds can u engage/disengage the 4wd feature on the fly on the new explorers?
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Sorry cant help with this one mine is FWD,the owners manual should tell you everything you need to know.
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The 4wd system on the Explorers is completely automatic - it is always engaged more like AWD vs. true 4wd. You can make changes to the Terrain Control **** at any time and any speed. In the dash screen setup you can set it up to see the power split between front and rear.
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The 4wd system on the Explorers is completely automatic - it is always engaged more like AWD vs. true 4wd. You can make changes to the Terrain Control **** at any time and any speed. In the dash screen setup you can set it up to see the power split between front and rear.
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