Look at the driver side sun visor an owner's manual, they both should cover using 4wd to.
Here the basics
Shifting from 2wd To 4HI Then Back To 2wd
- You can shift on the fly (well moving) in & out of 4hi which simply means let up off the throttle shift into 4wd then continue on, same for shift out of 4wd.
- You can shift into an out of 4hi without letting off the throttle but the 4wd system will take a little longer to engage because to front drive shaft is slowly accelerating up to your current speed where without the throttle it will pretty much instantly spin up to speed.
- 4hi is good to 50 - 55mphs then the front hubs should unlock.
Shifting from 2wd or 4Hi into an out of 4Lo
- You must come to a complete STOP then apply brake shift transmission into neutral then shift transfer case into 4Lo, then shift back into gear an continue, the same goes for shifting out of 4Lo.
- 4lo is good to 25-35mphs an the hubs don't unlock.
4Hi is your all-season & off-road choice when you need 4wd, 4Lo is for when you need max torque to all 4wheels, like for example i use 4lo alot at work when moving a dead weight object like 60ft cargo bin or pulling tree stump.
If you have anymore question or this is hard to understand let me know,