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2008 Grand Vitara select low without locking centre diff


 
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paul gleeson
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 11, 2017 6:00    Post subject: 2008 Grand Vitara select low without locking centre diff Reply with quote

Hi there I wonder does any one have experience with isolating the wiring to the centre differential lock so that I can selct low and still have hte centre diff open?

I want to back the trailer up a steep concrete drive.

LOW range makes it much easier to take it slowly and still have enough power to get up the slope and having the centre diff open means I dont get axle wind up from having the diff locked on a hard surface.

I would appreciate any advice. thanks Paul
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