That's my understanding Shay, although I personally would only use 4WD LOCK in off road or deep snow conditions and not generally on tarmac, irrespective of the speed. :thumbs:shaymeboy said:From what I understand on my T30, The AUTO setting will drive along in front wheel drive unless slip is detected or more power is needed (ie: on an incline) in which case 4WD will automatically kick in and then return to 2WD when grip has been re-established or you go over 30kph. 2WD is permanent front wheel drive and 4WD LOCK is using all 4 wheels to drive (no matter whether it's needed or not) until you go over 30kph where it will switch back to 2WD... is that right?
The T30's do... well mine does... 2WD is as it states, 2 wheel drive :-?Aitch said:As per my post in another thread, my understanding is that 2WD mode is effectively 'slow slip detect > 4WD' and Auto Mode is 'rapid slip detect > 4WD' (with additional ESP on the T31) - so, I can't really see the point of not simply using Auto all the time, especially since it reportedly makes very little difference to the MPG...
So far as I can see, there is no way to 'lock' an Exxy into 'just' 2WD...assuming it's a 4WD-capable model.