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...is always spinning, the transfer case switch the into 4 wheel and spins the front drive shift, the there's a actuator on your axle that moves a coupler over to axle splines and your inn4 wheel ...

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...wheel drive. front drive shaft truns all I have a 93 sub with 4 wheel drive. With transfercase in 2wheel , if I jack up either front tire ans spind the tire the fron drive shaft turns, should it? Yes ...

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Question about 2002 Celica

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...FRONT WHEEL DRIVE AND THE REAR WHEEL DRIVE FRONT WHEEL DRIVE IS THAT THE FRONT WHEELS ARE WHAT DRIVES THE CAR AND THE TRANSMISSION IS IN THE FRONT REAR WHEEL DRIVE MEANS THAT THE REAR WHEEL DRIVE THE ...

Question about 2002 Celica

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...front wheel drive or rear wheel drive? Generally, trucks, vans and large cars with big engines will have rear-wheel drive. Smaller, economy and compact cars are most often front-wheel drive. But you ...

Question about 1994 Cutlass Ciera

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front wheel drive. you have a CV shaft from trans to left front wheel and a separate CV shaft from trans to right front wheel. The 1994 Cutlass Ciera is a front wheel drive car. This means it does not

...front wheel and put it in 4wheel drive but not lock and see if the front drive shaft turns if it doesn't you need to adjust linkage or if it's electric make sure the signal is getting to the ...

wheel and the front Differential (Diff). (The fat bit in the middle of the front axle). If it is both wheels, the problem is the Diff itself OR further back up the system. Parts like the drive shafts,

front wheel drive volvo on to an older rear wheel drive volvo front wheels from front wheel drive volvo seems to scrap on front wheels of rear wheel drive volvo Depends if the bolt patters match up. I

...Front wheel shafts not turning, no diff. I am thinking that you have a broken/ stripped drive spline on a front axle. If you have reduction gears in the hubs , it may be stripped teeth on a gear. If ...

...front) all wheel drive means that in normal driving when there is traction on all 4 wheels that the power is transmitted evenly to all 4 wheels It is not 4 wheel drive where power is applied to both ...

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