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10-17-2016 02:09 PM
Darrell. Welcome to the forum. I've searched many times for the owners handbook PDF but have never found one. The locking/freewheel front hubs was an option so I assume yours doesn't have this fitted. The SJ's don't have a central differential so don't use the 4wd until your driving on a loose or slippery surface. If you drive on tarmac in 4wd you can/will damage the drivetrain.
10-17-2016 05:07 AM
blickbox
85' Samurai (SJ410) Owners manual in english?

Hello, I've tried searching on Google, but can't find the owners manual for my car. I have the spanish version, and I'm looking for a english version, preferably in PDF.

Also one very stupid question (I've never owned a 4x4 before): I read about "Locking hubs", which are supposed to be adjusted when switching to 4wd. It doesn't look like my wheels have such hubs - I guess I don't need to bother about that then?

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