Q: How do I shift between 2H and 4A or 4H?

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How do I shift between 2H and 4A or 4H?

Your truck has different gears that help you travel over certain terrains. There are several gears for you to choose from so you can find the gear that best suits your needs. To shift between 2H and 4A or 4H.

  1. Shift from 2H to 4A or 4H.

  2. Shift from 4A or 4H to the opposite gear.

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