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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Today, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
 
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Hi, new guy here

Hi all, great forum here.
i finally got my new Teryx 4 broke in and first oil change done. I am a little confused though, I know I need to be stopped when shifting into reverse but does that also mean stopping to shift from high to low and back? Thats what I've been doing to be safe but just wondering.

Also should the machine be stopped to engage 4 wheel drive? Thanks in advance for clarification.
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old Today, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
 
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Ok just did a search and found my answers.

Alot of good info here.
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Your request shall be granted. The magical answer is: YES.
YES for stopping vehicle before shifting to any gear or high too low and visa versa.
Same for 3 wheel too 4 wheel differential lock.
Pay especially attention coming out of lock to normal operation position. Make sure you stop on somewhat flat/ level location so that there's no pressure on the transfer case.
U might be able to switch out of differential lock right then...or if it w/n, put vehicle in reverse and backup around 10'-12'.
I wish u great pleasure with your machine.

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