4H Auto or 4H Part Time for daily driving?

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Hey y'all!

Quick question...

For daily driving and cruising around... should I be rolling in 4H Auto or 4H Part Time?

I read the manual and still don't quite understand the difference between the two, haha.
 
Hey y'all!

Quick question...

For daily driving and cruising around... should I be rolling in 4H Auto or 4H Part Time?

I read the manual and still don't quite understand the difference between the two, haha.
-4H auto for daily driving. 4H part time on dry pavement will break things.

“Part time 4WD- This refers to a four-wheel drive system that operates on-demand and drives all 4 wheels by locking the front and rear axles together via a shift lever. ... Full-Time 4WD (Full Time 4WD) – This is a four-wheel-drive system that can be operated continuously on all surfaces.”

-4H auto is when the computer adjusts for surface and can be operated continuously on all surfaces.

“4H AUTO
Four-Wheel Drive Auto High Range — This range sends power to the front wheels. The four-wheel drive system will be automatically engaged when the vehicle senses a loss of traction. Additional traction for varying road conditions.”
 
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4H auto for daily driving. 4H part time on pavement will break things.

“Part time 4WD- This refers to a four-wheel drive system that operates on-demand and drives all 4 wheels by locking the front and rear axles together via a shift lever. ... Full-Time 4WD (Full Time 4WD) – This is a four-wheel-drive system that can be operated continuously on all surfaces.”

4H auto is when the computer adjusts for surface and can be operated continuously on all surfaces.

“4H AUTO
Four-Wheel Drive Auto High Range — This range sends power to the front wheels. The four-wheel drive system will be automatically engaged when the vehicle senses a loss of traction. Additional traction for varying road conditions.”
Thanks! So pretty much always 4H Auto :)
 
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Thank you!
 
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Thank you for this! So, when driving in rain, I should switch to PT…. Correct?
 
4WD PT will provide improved traction and handling in slippery driving conditions. It can help in rain.
 
Thank you for this! So, when driving in rain, I should switch to PT…. Correct?
I've recently driven in very heavy rain and didn't touch a thing; left in Auto and had zero issues. I just can't get over how well the 392 handles in all conditions as compared to my old JK.
 
And the Jl Tazer takes care of that for you...in case you need to do a burn out
Are you sure the Tazer will make it two-wheel drive?
 
Then, I believe the Tazer is a must-have. Having it two-wheel drive would be a lot of fun.
There is currently a thread on some glitches with the Tazer on this subject.
 
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