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  1. I’m a new Defender owner and have a lot to learn. The truck has been fully serviced and inspected. Mechanic said she is in good shape. My current issue seemed to happen overnight. When I try to shift into 1 or reverse after starting up the stick is blocked from going in. When I turn off the truck and shift it slides in easily. I was told sometimes you need to “reset” the 4x4 stick to open the pathways but it doesn’t seem to work. I have set the 4x4 to the off position. Any ideas or tips would be appreciated!
  2. I want to know what reads the attachment in detail. what are speed limits in attachment? When using a defender how to shift to engage "diff lock" as per the attachment kindly explain. should I depress the clutch with small gear lever as main gear? When to put small gear lever in Neutral position, at parking the jeep? Up shift is "L" down shift is "H" How to move to engage diff lock? with clutch or not? On moving, can the smaller gear be shifted with clutch? Before shifting smaller lever should main gear be in neutral or in a gear? Arrow heads numbered 01 &
  3. This is such a brilliant site I won't bang on about it, hope to see a few people there! Entry is £25 to members, £5 or £15 to join up on the day (or join online in advance to save doing paperwork on the gate). Full details, permitted vehicles, etc.: http://www.shirelrc.com/event/play-day-bunny-lane-romsey/ Last time we had everything from a buggy on SIMCA portals to a Disco 4 and they all had a great time!
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