Question about 1994 Toyota Land Cruiser
Does the factory '94 land cruiser actually have a locking differential. the dash light indicators says it 'locks' in four low but it sometimes feels like it slips? is it limited slip?
91-97 Land Cruisers had a factory option for front and rear locking differentials. This is a seperate switch and is usually located to the left of US model Land Cruisers. The center dash button locks your transfer case differential changing your Land Cruiser from all wheel drive to four wheel drive depending if you have ABS or not this button either says ECT or Center Dif Lock. If you do not have the Front/Rear locking differential option then your Land Cruiser has open Front and Rear. Hope this answers your question.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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