1996 fzj 80 pwp and 2nd button (1 Viewer)

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How do I know when to use those buttons and what do they do?
a lot of guys on here may know better than me, but to my understanding the power button changes the shift points, giving a higher rev before the shift.....and the 2nd button is for slippery/icy conditions where you don't want the 1st gear torque so it starts out in second so as not to spin the tires in the slippery conditions
 

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I don't have the pwr option. The 3fe doesn't need it. I heard a 3fe with a pwr button would make the earth spin the other way with all the torque sent to the ground. Well known fact

I always heard that you'd never know the difference if you DID have the Power Button:grinpimp:
 

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Is this due to space/continuum and fabric of Space/time tearing from the Higgs/Boson-esque torque being generated?

Initially, I would of agreed with this concept. But, alas, upon further consideration and research, I confess that I must conclude that this phenomena must certainly be attributed to the overwhelming volume of BS in these forums. Very cordially yours, John
 
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remember that power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. but I'm not sure what vodka has to do with that. i like the 2nd start button in low range when low low is too low and low high is too high, and high high, well.... screw that. thats just crazy.
 

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the purpose of the start-in-2nd button is beautifully demonstrated when you have someone start the truck in low range up a trail while you are drinking soda out of a bottle

the sudden shift from 1st to second without the button made me choke so bad I was afraid I would shower the entire dash :eek:

:rolleyes:
 

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