When to use 4L f150?
4H or 4L mode is only intended for consistently slippery or loose surfaces. Use of 4L mode on these surfaces may produce some noise such as occasional clunks, but should not damage drive components. Note: If 4L is selected when your vehicle is moving above 3 mph (5 km/h), the 4WD system should not perform a shift.
Do I use 4H or 4L in rain?
You may be wondering about the 4H meaning. This setting is for optimizing traction at the cost of power. Use it when you’re dealing with slippery conditions on otherwise good roads, such as ice or rain.
Should I drive in 2H 4H N or 4L?
The 4-1-1 on Four-Wheel Drive
Four-wheel drive vehicles generally have three settings: 2H, 4L, and 4H. 2H is ideal for normal, everyday driving. Use 2H for dry, flat, paved roads. 4L is best suited for a time when you need maximum traction and power.