How do you turn off the diff lock on a Toyota 4Runner?

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  • Arif Zaman
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    Rate to turn off the center differential lock go ahead and press that button again move forward andMoreRate to turn off the center differential lock go ahead and press that button again move forward and then your center differential lock is off.

    How do you turn off the diff lock on a Toyota 4Runner?

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