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Old 07-30-2006, 11:48 PM
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I'm a Murano fan in Japan.
I didn't know such nice site,I'd like to tell my friends about this site.

By the way,there is a information which worries me.


I've never used LOCK-mode on paved road.
Do drivers in USA often use LOCK-mode on pavement ??

I think it's really unconfortable because I feel tight-corner-braking & tire chattering.
Off course,it's very usefull on ice or snow road in winter.I love it.

But road in winter is not always covered with ice or snow,sometimes dry pavement is mixed.
So,I wonder my Murano is going to break in winter ??
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Old 07-31-2006, 05:16 PM
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using lock mode on dry pavement is a bad idea. we have had the transfer units crack due to stress from leaving it in lock mode. the unit auotmatically cuts off at above 19 miles per hour. but what we have found is if you are driving thru a parking lot or in traffic at less than 19 miles per our it comes back on and can damage the unit. there is a momentary switch to replace the 2 position switch which is available now.
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Old 08-02-2006, 01:29 PM
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yeah, no lock on pavement and no 4x4 hi/lo for that matter either.. all those different settings are for bad road conditions or off road only.
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