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Rocky (Fourtrak, Rugger)(Edit)

Part-time transmission. Lever-operated (up to 1992) or button-operated (after 1992) transfer case. No center differential. Transfer case with 3 modes: 2H (RWD), 4H(4WD High Range) and 4L(4WD Low Range) for rough terrain. Transfer case is with gears, not chain.

Rocky has rigid axle in front & rear and some cars have limited-slip differential (LSD) in the rear axle or a fully-locking diff.

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Feroza (Sportrak)(Edit)

Feroza has five gears and 3 modes in the transfer case, same as Rocky, but the front suspension is independent with torsion bars and the transfer case is with chain, not gears as in Rocky.

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Sirion 4trak(Edit)

Automatic all wheel drive. Normally front-wheel drive vehicle. Rear axle engaged via viscous coupling when front wheels slip.

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YRV 4trak(Edit)

Automatic all wheel drive. Normally front-wheel drive vehicle. Rear axle engaged via viscous coupling when front wheels slip.

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Terios(Edit)

full-time all wheel drive. Free center differential, manually lockable by a button on the console.

Figure: Daihatsu Terios center differential lock button (Source:autoreview.ru)
daihatsu-terios-4x4-center-differential-lock-button

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There is 1 comment
boyd sichinga
February 23, 2014 - 22:07

I am asking for the dobleepedent that show all the buttons of a DAIHATSU TERIOS and what they are for. I will appreiciate
waiting to hear from you

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