It is recommended to use your right foot for the brake and throttle but you won't do hard time if you don't.
2.5 L - 4 cylinder - 2 wheel drive ( 4 speed automatic ) 3.0 L - V6 - 2 wheel drive ( 5 speed automatic ) 3.0 L - V6 - 4x4 ( 4 speed automatic ) 4.0 L - V6 - 2 wheel drive and 4x4 ( 5 speed automatic )
There are screw drive and chain drive garage doors.
if when you drive you go for a layup then 2
You wanna use 2 after you get up to speed. You know, on like, highways and stuff.
P - Parking R - Reverse N - Neutral D - Drive 2 - High Drive With Gear 2 L or 1 - Low Drive
That would depend on the transmission ( automatic or manual ) and the differential gearing , cab style , 4x4 or 2 wheel drive etc. - more information please It is a automatic transmission - 2 wheel drive. Does this help?
1) Is it a standard transmission or automatic engine? 2) Front wheel drive or rear wheel drive? If it is a standard transmission, you wont have a dip stick. if it is an automatic front wheel drive, it'll be on driver's side front.
Not with the rear wheels on the ground.
NV3500 if a manual, 4L60E if an automatic.