I believe the key is not to shift in or out of 4H when moving faster than 50MPH (80KPH).GimmieSumMo72 wrote:Not sure who left the Pathfinder in 4H (my bro or wife) but I came back from vacation late last night and rushed off to work this morning.
I didn't notice that the car was in 4H. I was flying down the Turnpike at like 85+ mph.
Just wanted to know how fast can you go in 4H and if I did any damage?
The owners manual states:GOTGOO wrote:You should be able to drive in 4H all the time since its an open front diff. At least thats what i am under the impression of so correct me if i'm wrong.
Well it seems as though I have the oldest R51 on the forum with the highest mileage, so I get to experience all of the issues first!Pappy wrote:Terry, you are just one big bag of bad news. Now everyone will be walking the floor all night worried about that time they were cruzing along at 64.7 MPH and hit that patch of hard dry pavment!
You already have me wearing a stethoscope when I go out to start my truck!!!! LOL