2011 Model Year Ford and Newer

2011 Model Year Ford and Newer
QUIGLEY MOTOR CO., INC
/ FORD OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TRANSFER CASE RANGE SELECTIONS (See Operating Instructions)
TRANSFER CASE RANGE SELECTIONS (See Operating Instructions)
2-WHEEL DRIVE POSITION
Power to rear axle only.
4-WHEEL DRIVE (LOW RANGE) POSITION
Power to front and rear axles at reduced speed.
NOTE: Speedometer will read much faster than vehicle is traveling.
Do not exceed 80 MPH indicated (30 MPH actual) speed.
4-WHEEL DRIVE POSITION
Power to front and rear axles
at normal speed.
NEUTRAL
No power to either axle. Use for
vehicle towing.
2H
SET
PARKING
BRAKE
4H
N
4L
4-WHEEL DRIVE (LOW RANGE) POSITION
Power to front and rear axles at reduced speed.
NOTE: Speedometer will read much faster than vehicle is traveling.
Do not exceed 80 MPH indicated (30 MPH actual) speed.
NEUTRAL
No power to either axle. Use for
vehicle towing.
2-WHEEL DRIVE POSITION
Power to rear axle only.
SET
PARKING
BRAKE
4L
N
2H
4-WHEEL DRIVE POSITION
Power to front and rear axles at normal speed.
4H
WARNING: When transfer case is in “N” (neutral position), the transmission “PARK” feature is disabled.
Parking brake must be applied or vehicle may move unexpectedly causing serious injury or death.
OPERATION:
The vehicle should only be engaged in 4 Wheel Drive for off-road operation or when road or weather conditions create poor traction.
When you are operating the vehicle on DRY roads keep the transfer case in 2H to prevent excessive tire wear and drive train damage.
Both hub lock selector knobs must be set in the same function to avoid excessive front differential wear and undesirable vehicle
handling characteristics.
ENGAGE FOUR WHEEL DRIVE WITH – MANUAL LOCK-OUT HUBS
1.
Prepare your vehicle for 4x4 operations by turning the front wheel hub selector knobs, clockwise to the “LOCK” position. A slight
movement of the vehicle in either direction will complete the lock. Shift transfer case to 4H only when conditions require increased
traction.
2.
4WD High Range for Normal Highway Speed (4H) The TRANSFER CASE may be shifted between 2H and 4H while the vehicle
is in motion at speeds up to 55 mph, provided that hubs are in the “LOCK” position.
3.
4-Wheel Low (4L): This setting also engages your front axle for increased traction and the lower gear increases power. It should
be used only for off-road driving, there are 2 options for engaging 4L. NOTE: Speedometer will read nearly 3 times faster than
vehicle is traveling. Do not exceed 80 MPH indicated (30 MPH actual) speed in 4WD Low Range.
•
Engine Off: Apply brakes, shift TRANSMISSION in N (Neutral). Take foot off brakes to allow a slight movement and shift
TRANSFER CASE lever into 4L. Restart engine. If vehicle will not move or there is gear clashing then the lever was not fully
engaged in 4L position, repeat procedure. Use same procedure to disengage 4L into either 4H or 2H.
•
Engine On: Slow the vehicle to about 1 to 3mph (2to 5 km/h) and shift TRANSMISSION into NEUTRAL (N). Shift the transfer case
shift lever in one continuous motion. Do not pause in NEUTRAL (N) as you shift the transfer case into 4-WHEEL LOW (4L), or your
gears could clash. If vehicle will not move or there is gear clashing then the 4L position was not fully engaged. Turn your engine off,
then proceed to shift into 4L. Use same procedure to return to 4H or 2H.
4.
CAUTION: If the transfer case has been placed in Neutral, it will be necessary to SHUT THE ENGINE OFF before attempting to
select any other position or clashing of gears and resulting transfer case and or transmission damage will occur.
5.
CAUTION: To avoid damaging the rear axle and drive shaft, never operate the vehicle with transfer case in low range and hub
locks in “FREE” position.
RETURN TO TWO-WHEEL DRIVE WITH – MANUAL LOCK-OUT HUBS
4H can be disengaged at any time by moving lever to 2H. Hubs will not disengage automatically. For best fuel economy, less tire
wear and quietest operation, turn both hub lock selector knobs counterclockwise to the FREE position when the need for 4- wheel
drive is no longer anticipated.
ENGAGE FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE WITH – “AUTOMATIC” LOCKING HUBS (OPTIONAL)
1.
4H.
4WD High Range for Normal Highway Speed - The vehicle must always be stopped when shifting into four-wheel drive if
hub locks are in “Auto” position. Move the transfer case lever to the 4H position. The hub locks will automatically engage when the
vehicle is driven. If the auto hub locks are in the “LOCK” position refer to manual hub #2 above.
2.
4L.
4WD Low Range for Off-road Use at Very Low Speed - To shift transfer case into or out of 4L, stop vehicle and shift
transmission into neutral, then move transfer case lever to 4L. (See #’s 3 & 4 above.)
RETURN TO TWO-WHEEL DRIVE– “AUTOMATIC” LOCKING HUBS (OPTIONAL)
4H can be disengaged at any time by moving lever to 2H. Hubs will disengage automatically if in “AUTO” position.
PHONE: 717) 266-5631
(800) 233-9358
FAX: (717) 266-6248
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