The gear with the more number of teeth is bigger.
Usually a high gear is better in snow because it does not slip as easy.
if it has a high low trans then it probably is in the middle of high and low!
I run in Hi gear
this is the lever that enables high and low gear for 4wd.
High gear ratios, 273,373,340 Low ratios, any thing starting with the #4 and up is a low gear ratio. 410 411 456 488 556 and up.
Low RPM. Gear is too high for travel speed
A double over bicycle will have two gears for the chain and it allows for easier pedaling up and down hills. When you are in a low gear, you will find that having the chain on the smaller gear will work better than having it on the large gear, which should be reserved for the high gear.
I'm guessing the low gear is for towing or climbing The high gear is for normal driving on road, the low gear when engaged lowers all the normal gears for driving cross country over severe terrain, something that very, very, few drivers of range rovers ever do.
In motor-driven vehicles it's often best to use a high gear, as it reduces the likelihood of the wheels spinning loose. For a bicycle it's often better to use a low gear, as it makes it easier for the rider to control the power.
It depends on what you need - if you want lots of speed no power on the bottom end you go with the high ratio - if you want lots of torque on take off and lots of pulling power you take the low gear ratio.
Cooling fan clutch could be seized.
Let's drop down to low gear. That was a low blow. You take the high road, and I'll take the low road.
Assuming you're referring to the transfer case gear shift, it should be in "high" for normal use
Move the car at a walking pace, put the gearbox into neutral and move the high/ low stick from low to high.
On a 13-speed double over, if your low gear will not work, particularly when climbing hills, there is likely a problem with your transmission or shifter. Many times the problem is seen where low gear will not work and high gear will, indicating a problem with the mechanism.
In high gear the rear wheel makes about 4-5 turns for each turn of the pedals, and in low gear the rear wheel might make less than one turn for each turn of the pedals. High gears makes you fast and low gears make you strong. Low gears are easier to push, so they're good for going uphill. High gears lets you put power to the wheel even when you're already moving fast to go even faster..
Not sure when you say low speed. Not knowing what your driveline ratio is I will just use some basic numbers .If 20 MPH is your speed and you were in first gear your engine RPM's would be 3000, if you were in second gear at 20MPH your engine RPM's would be 2500 , if you were in third gear at 20MPH your engine RPM's would be 2000. A difference of 1000 RPM's from low to high gear. Lower engine RPM's less fuel used.
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D3 means that the vehicle transmission will shift through 3 forward gears (low gear/2nd gear/high gear). D2 indicates only low gear & second gear. Your vehicle will NOT shift into OverDrive unless the transmission is in D3 position.
back lash means it is the clearance between the low speed gear teeth and high speed gear teeth and it is measured by using the magnetic plunger dial
4L is the low gear in 4WD, 4H is the high gear. Most of the time, 4L is all you'll need to get out when stuck.
It is possibly the sending unit or a defective gauge.
well on my truck i have 4 gears low 123, and low gear is my granny gear because it goes very slow. in an automatic your 1 gear or your L gear is your granny gear
Check your shift linkage as one linkage is for low . another for high and reverse .