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Q: How do I activate the Electronic Locking Differential?

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How do I activate the Electronic Locking Differential?

Your truck has Electronic Locking Differentials. These help both of the rear wheels turn at the same speed and can aid the vehicle when it gets stuck. To activate the Electronic Locking Differential.

  1. Pull the 4WD control knob out.

  2. Or turn the ELD control knob to the on position.

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