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TM 9-2320-364-10      2-211 (2) The CTIS has four possible settings, HIGHWAY, CROSS COUNTRY, MUD, SAND AND SNOW and EMERGENCY.  Each has a maximum allowable speed.  MUD, SAND AND SNOW setting and EMERGENCY setting have axle lockup modes. (3) The CTIS increases tire inflation pressure when truck speed exceeds the allowable speed for each setting.  When an increase in speed is required, maintain the lower speed until the tires are re-inflated to the correct pressure. Table 2-6. CTIS Maximum Allowable Speeds and Lockup Modes SETTING SPEED LIMIT LOCKUP MODE 1.  HIGHWAY 55 mph (88 km/h) No lockup. 2.  CROSS COUNTRY 3.  MUD, SAND AND SNOW 40 mph (64 km/h) 12 mph (19 km/h) No lockup. Interaxle differentials lockup. (Axles one and two rotate at the same rate.)  (Axles three, four and five rotate at the same rate.)  (Tires on each axle may rotate independently.) 4.  EMERGENCY 5 mph (8 km/h) Interaxle differentials lockup. (Axles one and two rotate at the same rate.)  (Axles, three, four and five rotate at the same rate.)  Side-to-side axle differentials lockup only when transfer case is shifted to low range.  (Causes the tire on each axle to rotate at the same rate.)

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