Originally Posted by 92dlxman
i know turning in 4x4 on pavement is bad news and yada yada yada, but if this is such a serious problem, what good are these trucks in rocks? just curious, if my truck wont scrub a tire before breaking hardware, i'll freakin sell it.
op, toyota recomends, 10 miles per month as you stated. these trucks, to me are designed mostly for street use. i dont think they planned on us destroying somebody's farm-land to keep up with the manual
I've been asking this same question recently with no response. I agree with you. Is it "bad" or is it not? I know I've forgotten and done by accident. I didn't snap anything.
Has anyone ever heard of a tacoma snapping components from turning on dry whatever in 4wd? If not, then this subject is a non issue.
If yes, then toyota should consider making the switch harder to operate by accident and maybe make it look different than the fan switch which is a few inches away.