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Old 01 Feb 2013, 09:16 am
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Default Honda's vtm4 lock?

I know that the vtm4 lock will disengage at about 18mph but 2nd gear will get me to around 30-35mph and when I speed up over 18mph and decrease the speed below 18mph will it engage back to vtm 4 lock or would I have to push the damn button again? And one more thing do I have to be a complete stop to put in 4 lock or could I put it in on the go around 4mph? I own a 2003 honda pilot.
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Old 01 Feb 2013, 09:31 am
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You have to push button again,, it's really not needed unless you get stuck,, the all wheel drive will work as needed,, (make sure you change the fluid or iiwill get noisy)
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