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FEATURES AND CONTROLS
All Wheel Drive System
The All Wheel Drive system is
controlled by the 4X4 switch.
ADC 4X4 Mode
When the switch is on ADC 4X4,
the ADC system allows engine
braking to all four wheels when
the vehicle descends a hill or
incline. Always move the 4X4
switch to ADC 4X4 before
ascending or descending a hill.
See page 47.
When the switch is on 4X4, the ATV is in 4X4, and the 4X4 indicator
light in the instrument cluster will be on.
When in 4X4, the demand drive unit will automatically engage any time
the rear wheels lose traction. When the rear wheels regain traction, the
demand drive unit will automatically disengage. There is no limit to the
length of time the vehicle may remain in 4X4.
NOTE: The override switch allows activation of 4X4 in reverse if the 4X4
switch is on. See page 36.
When the switch is on 2X4, the vehicle is in two-wheel drive when the
differential is locked. The vehicle is in one-wheel drive when the differ-
ential is unlocked.
NOTE: Operate with an unlocked differential () only as needed to protect
smooth, level surfaces from tire damage. See page 37.