When To Use 4L (Low) Range

When off-road driving, shift into 4L (Low) for additional traction and control on slippery or difficult terrain, ascending or descending steep hills, and to increase low speed pulling power. This range should be limited to extreme situations such as deep snow, mud, steep inclines, or sand where additional low speed pulling power is needed. Vehicle speeds in excess of 25 mph (40 km/h) should be avoided when in 4L (Low) range.

CAUTION!
Do not use 4L (Low) range when operating the vehicle on dry pavement. Driveline hardware damage can result.

    See also:

    Rear Tail/Stop, Turn Signal, And Back-Up Lamp
    1. Open the liftgate. 2. Remove the screws that fasten the taillamp housing to the vehicle. 3. Pull the taillamp housing straight back to separate it from the vehicle. 4. Disconnect the elect ...

    Hill Start Assist (HSA)
    The HSA system is designed to assist the driver when starting a vehicle from a stop on a hill. HSA will maintain the level of brake pressure the driver applied for a short period of time after the ...

    Glovebox Storage
    The lockable glovebox storage compartment is located on the passenger side of the lower instrument panel. Pull outward on the handle/latch to open the compartment. ...