super select II all wheel drive system
Mitsubishi's Super Select II all wheel drive system featuring:
- 2H mode - Rear wheel drive. Vacuum-disconnected front axle (the front driveshaft is disconnected from the transfer case; a free wheel mechanism disconnects the right wheel, left left and right front driveshafts are freewheeling).
- 4H mode - Permanent all wheel drive, 33%/67% torque distribution front/rear in normal conditions, up to 100% to either axle if slippage occurs (via center differential with viscous coupling). Switching from 2H to 4H is allowed at speeds up to 100 kph (65 mph). From 4H to 2H at any speed.
- 4HLc mode - Permanent all wheel drive, fixed 50/50 torque distribution (via locked center differential) in normal conditions. Shifting from 4H to 4HLc is allowed at speeds up to 100 kph (65 mph). From 4HLc to 4H at any speed.
- 4LLc mode - Permanent all wheel drive, fixed 50/50 torque distribution (via locked center differential) with 1.9:1 low gear (Pinin - 1,548:1). Full stop required to switch to 4LLc and back.
Figure: Mitsubishi Pajero II (1991-1999) all wheel drive mode indication (29KB)
Figure: Mitsubishi Pajero II (1991-1999) Super Select transfer case (131KB)
Figure: Mitsubishi Super Select modes and transfer case operation (57KB)
Figure: Mitsubishi Super Select all wheel drive system scheme (73KB)
Figure: Mitsubishi Super Select transfer case modes (388KB)
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