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Old 01 Mar 2008, 10:16 am
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Default 1998 honda civic sedan, drive in d4 or d2 whats the difference?

1998 honda civic sedan, drive in d4 or d2 whats the difference?
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Old 01 Mar 2008, 10:31 am
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D4 is for highway and normal road driving and D2 is for if you're pulling something (trailer etc) or driving up and down hilly terrain.
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d2 simply limits the trans to the first 2 gears
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d4 allows you to reach 4th gear, d2 2nd gear, keep it in drive with od on
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