How do you turn 4wd to 2wd?

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Unbolt the prop shaft.

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Can you turn 4wd into 2wd?

It's always possible to convert any 4wd vehicle to 2wd.Originally a true 4wd vehicle: Shift it into 2wd.It's that easy.If you want to remove the front driveshaft to save weight, be my guest.

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Can you change a 2wd car to a 4wd car?

with enough money, time and dedication yes. it will be tremendously expensive though.

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Can you change from 2wd to 4wd while driving?

Older 4WD systems must be manually shifted between 2WD and 4WD and from 4HI to 4LO while the vehicle is stopped.Newer s 4 wheel drive systems have electronic push button 'on the fly' features that let you shift while driving.An AWD car can deliver all engine torque to all four wheels all the time.

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Is 2wd faster than 4wd?

The 2wds are faster than 4wd around the track, but aren't as good in the turns.Gotta learn how to drive 2wd, while 4wd is pretty easy.With 2wd there isn't a strain on the engines.

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What is 2wd and 4wd?

A 4x2 or 2WD is a vehicle that has a two-wheel drive (2WD) with four wheels."4x2" in a 2WD vehicle means there are 4 wheels total and 2 wheels that are driven.The driven wheels can be either back or front wheels but are usually the back wheels.

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Is 4wd safer than 2wd?

AWD safety.No 4WD system - no matter how sophisticated - will make driving much safer.Snow and ice provide very little traction, and even though 4WD doubles the amount of traction compared to a 2WD vehicle - twice the amount of "very little" is still not much.

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Are 2wd and 4wd transmissions the same?

The Difference Between a 2WD & 4WD Transmission.Two- and four-wheel drive automatic and manual transmissions are almost identical in just about every way.They feature the same housing, gear ratios and often – but not always – have the same spline count on the output shaft.

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Does 4wd use more gas than 2wd?

In general, cars equipped with 2-wheel drive get better gas mileage than models that use all-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive.There's a reason: AWD or 4WD cars have to send power to each of the vehicle's wheels, which requires extra energy.AWD cars also offer worse gas mileage than 2WD rivals because...

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Are 2wd trucks faster than 4wd?

The 2wds are faster than 4wd around the track, but aren't as good in the turns.Gotta learn how to drive 2wd, while 4wd is pretty easy.With 2wd there isn't a strain on the engines.

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Which is better 2wd or 4wd?

For rain and very light snow, 2WD will likely work fine, and for most vehicles, front-wheel drive is the preferred setup.(For performance cars, RWD is preferred, but AWD, if available, can increase traction.Keep in mind that both AWD and 4WD systems add considerable weight to a vehicle, compromis...

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What is difference between 4wd and 2wd?

What is 2WD? First off, 2-wheel drive (2WD) comes in 2 flavors: front- or rear-wheel drive.On the other hand, rear-wheel drive (RWD) offers good traction on vehicles with heavy rear loads (like trucks) and can provide more balanced weight for better handling on performance vehicles.

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How do I know if my car is 2wd or 4wd?

4WD (whether AWD or not) is FWD+RWD.If you cannot see drive axles at either the front or the rear, then the vehicle is 2WD-only; the end with the drive axles (F or R) making the distinction between FWD and RWD.If you can see drive axles at the front and the rear, then the vehicle is equipped with...

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How do I know if I have a 2wd or 4wd?

If you cannot see drive axles at either the front or the rear, then the vehicle is 2WD-only; the end with the drive axles (F or R) making the distinction between FWD and RWD.If you can see drive axles at the front and the rear, then the vehicle is equipped with some form of 4WD.

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What is required to convert a 4l60 transmission 4wd to 2wd only?

Change the tail shaft of the tranismission from a 4WD tail shaft to a 2WD tail shaft and use a 2WD tail housing.... The 4WD transmissions has shorter tail shafts and tail hounsing, while the 2WD has a longer tail shaft and tail hounsing.

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Is the Chevy 2003 Tahoe a 2wd or 4wd?

It was available either way.

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What is the difference between 2wd and 4wd?

The difference is that a 2wd car will only have two of the four wheels supplied with power to drive, either front wheel drive or rear wheel drive. A car with 4wd will have power supplied to all four wheels, giving it better driving abilities in wet or slick conditions. You can check out the car ...

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Can you turn sharp in 4wd?

No sharp turns in 4 Wheel Drive.If you have a true 4 wheel drive system with a transfer case you can't use the 4 wheel drive on dry surfaces.It binds up the transfer case and front and rear axles and that's why it won't go anywhere.

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Why wont a 1998 blazer shift from 4wd to 2wd after the dash button is pushed?

The blazer could have trouble with the shift switch. The shift solenoid could be defective as well. Check both of these for problems.

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Can you use a 2wd th350 in place of a 4wd th350?

you can if you change or swap the output shaft and remove the tail housing.the inspection cover is also different on the 2wd vs the 4wd and will not give the added strength when bolted on like the 4wd does.

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Are 2wd and 4wd front brake rotors interchangeable on 1997 ranger 4L V6 XLT?

are 2wd and 4wd front brake rotors interchangeable on 1997 ranger 4L V6 XLT

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How do you use 4wd during winter?

Only when the roads are slick.

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Does a 4wd truck use more gas then a 2wd truck?

Yes. If you took a RWD truck and turned it into a 4WD, it would consume more gas from the added weight as well as the added friction from the extra parts.

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Will a TJM bull bar from a 98 hilux 2wd fit a 98 hilux 4wd?

your thick then arent you, 2wd/2wd is transmition not body you t***

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Will a 4.3 from a 1991 2wd S-10 work in a 1997 4wd S-10?

Yes you will need to strip it to the block and use all the 97 sensors and parts tho

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How do you work the awd 4wd hi 4wd lo on the 2002 GMC Envoy?

It is electric and vacuum operated. Be sure all electrical connections are good and all vacuum lines are good. It is not unusual to find damaged vacuum lines.

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How do you reset the service light on a 4wd?

To reset the Change Oil light turn the ignition on but do not start and then push the gas pedal 3 times.The Service 4WD light is most likely the 4WD switch on the dashboard.If the lights are acting funny then the switch needs to be replaced.

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Rav4 how to engage 4wd?

Rav 4 is always in 4 WD, there is no option for 2WD

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How do I switch to 4wd in 2001 Nissan xterra?

Not all 2001 Xterras came with the optional 4X4 feature. If you don't have a manual lever to take it in and out of 4X4, then it doesn't have the 4X4 option.

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How do you engage 4WD in 2001 Wrangler?

Depends on if you have the electronic or manual transfer case. The electronic ones, they advertise as "shift on the fly" capable, but this is a really bad idea.Either way, put the vehicle in neutral... if you have manual locking hubs, engage the parking brake and lock the hubs by rotating them cl...

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Can you switch to 4wd while driving?

Older 4WD systems must be manually shifted between 2WD and 4WD and from 4HI to 4LO while the vehicle is stopped.Newer s 4 wheel drive systems have electronic push button 'on the fly' features that let you shift while driving.An AWD car can deliver all engine torque to all four wheels all the time.

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Do you have to be in neutral to switch to 4wd?

Some older and more basic 4WD systems must by engaged manually with the vehicle at a complete stop and the transmission in either Park or Neutral.However, most 4WD systems can now be shifted into or out of 4WD on the fly at the push of a button.

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Do you need to have your truck on neutral to engage 4WD?

The answer is no. Whether you've got a standard or automatic might make a difference but I doubt it. Our truck however has had a lot of transmission issues among other problems and although we can put it in 4 wheel high in any gear, to put it in 4 wheel low we have to shift it to neutral and turn...

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How do you turn your V6 to a V8?

You buy a different engine. A V8 (8 cylinders instead of 6)! Buy a new v8 engine from a parts supplier. You can buy a LS series engine, a small-block, or a big-block from many suppliers. You may also need to pay to have it installed if you can't do it yourself.

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How do I get more traction in my 2wd truck?

Two-wheel drive pickup trucks are not known for providing the best on- or off-road traction. How to Improve 2WD Truck Traction Keep your tires in good condition. Maintain your vehicle's braking systems properly. Add weight to the bed of your truck.

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What do you look for when your 4WD suburban pulls to the right?

uneven wear of the tires, needs an alinement done or it could be a bad tie rod end or something along that line check it out with a mechanic

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How do you know if ball joints are bad a 1998 ford ranger 2WD?

put the car up on jack stands, grab the front wheel and yank it up and down and side to side, it shouldn't have any play in it at all. if it does it can be one of a few causes 1>cracked/bad bushings 2>worn tie rod 3>bad wheel bearing 4>loose a-frame 5>worn ball joints 6>worn str...

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How do you know if your 97 dodge ram 1500 2wd is carburrated or fuel injected?

TAke the Air cleaner off.If it is injected there will be wires in the top of the throttle body.If not there will be no wires visible.By 1989 all of Dodge Ram gas engines were fuel injected.

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How do you remove the starter on a 1992 Toyota 4 WD pick up truck?

jack up front of vehicle and support proprely.remove r/f wheel and rubber dirt shield.this opening in the wheel well will be big enough to remove starter after disconecting.

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How do you find out what vehicles are AWD or 4WD?

All wheel drive (Full - wheel - drive, n WD) is usually the front engine, the transmission is arranged behind the actuator so that the power transmitted to all wheels; in order to effectively avoid wheel-slip, besides a bevel gear, also equipped with a differential between shafts.This type is mai...

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How do you do a handbrake turn?

A handbrake / e-brake turn is a method of turning a car rapidly round tight bends by locking up the rear wheels. It is used in rally driving extensively. It shouldn't be attempted on the public roads.

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How do you turn on tUrning signals on mafia 2?

Their is no Possible way :) :(

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Can you off road in 2wd?

Look at the 2WD Toyota Prerunner, a phenomenon modeled after the 2WD trucks used to prerun desert races.The ability to take a 2WD off road boils down to satisfying two simple requirements: having sufficient ground clearance and getting traction.

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How do you replace Rear wheel cylinder diagram for 85 diesel 4WD?

If it is a drum brake system, then you will have to remove the wheel ,drum, brake shoes, and hydraulic brake line , then remove and replace the cylinder with a new one re-assemble and bleed the hydraulic brake system

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How do you replace the Starter on a 1995 Isuzu rodeo 4wd?

Hi, How Do You Replace a Starter on a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo, V6, 3.2 liter engine? Does anyone know where the starter is? Help. How Do You Replace a Starter on a 1995 Isuzu Rodeo, automatic, 4wd, V6, 3.2 liter engine? Does anyone know where the starter is? Thanks alot.

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How do you rebuild 1986 Ford Bronco II e.b. 4wd V6 2.9 ohv 177 hp.?

Start with purchasing a factory shop manual for that vehicle.

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Why do they make 2wd trucks?

The Advantages of 2WD The main advantage to a 2WD drivetain is price.With a drivetrain that only needs to move one pair of wheels, these trucks are cheaper than their 4WD counterparts.2WD pickup trucks also weigh less.When not towing or hauling, a 2WD truck is going to need much less gas to get ...

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How do you get the top 4 bolts out of a 2000 4wd blazer transmission?

Try wobble sockets and/or wobble extensions.You can get them from the top with the distributor removed.

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How does 4wd low work?

Locking Hubs This allows the axle to spin the wheels when powered by the engine.The front wheels just spin freely.But when the 4WD is engaged on a part-time 4WD vehicle, we want the front wheels connected to the hub so that power from the engine can be transferred to them.

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Can you off road with 2wd?

Look at the 2WD Toyota Prerunner, a phenomenon modeled after the 2WD trucks used to prerun desert races.The ability to take a 2WD off road boils down to satisfying two simple requirements: having sufficient ground clearance and getting traction.

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How many feet do you have to be to execute a u-turn?

well, at least tall enough to drive the car.

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How do you turn down the choke it runs to fast to long when warming up?

We need to know the year, make, engine and model to help you.

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Do you have to turn power off to change light?

You may need to replace or upgrade a light switch if the switch becomes dirty, faulty or outdated.Turn off the power to the switch at the main circuit breaker or fuse panel.Unscrew and remove the switch plate; then use a voltage tester to make sure that the circuit is dead.

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Do you have to turn off furnace to change filter?

To Change Your Home Air Filter, You'll Need To Turn Off Your Furnace.To prevent the HVAC unit from turning on while you are changing the filter, make sure you turn the thermostat to the “off” position.For maximum safety, disconnect power from your furnace system while you are doing maintenance.

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How much do you have to weigh to turn on the passenger airbag?

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How do you turn oil into energy?

burning oil causes bonds to break between the oil's molecules which releases energy

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How do you turn on a car?

Turn the key or push the engine button...depends on how new the car is.

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How do you turn off altimeter gauge?

Altimeters don't normally need turning off.They are passive devices that work without power.They use an aneriod system, which is mechanical.

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How do you turn while driving?

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How do you turn off flashers?

How to Turn Off Toyota Emergency Flashers Locate the emergency flasher button on the dashboard. It's typically located in the center of the dash. It is a large button with a red triangle.Press the button to turn off the flashers. Check your gauges behind the steering wheel. The blinker indica...

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How do you turn off a car?

After you get into the car, you should apply the brake then press and hold the engine start/stop button until your engine turns on.To turn off your car, make sure your car is in the parked gear, then press the engine start/stop button until the engine shuts off completely.

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How do you turn when reversing?

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Why would your tire lock up when you are turning right or left on a 2013 Suburban Lt 4WD?

The vehicle is in 4 wheel drive mode and you're on dry pavement.

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How do you turn the car?

Slow down car speed and then turn the steering wheel to move in a direction (left or right). Make sure that your car speed is enough to make turn and you have full control on your car.

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How do you turn off manual car?

Step 1) Make sure the car is in a stationary position. (not rolling)Step 2) While applying the clutch and brake put the gear into neutral.(assuming you are not parking on a hill)Step 3) Release the clutch.Step 4) Apply the handbrake.Step 5) Release the brake.Step 6) Turn off the key in the igniti...

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How do you turn cruise control on?

Check the owners manual for the car. Each car is different.

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How do you turn on an airbag?

Make sure the passenger is sitting upright in the seat.Turn on the vehicle, wait for the air bag control to signal ON, and then keep the person and the seat in the same position for one minute.After one minute, the passenger can adjust their seat and sitting position, and the air bag will stay on.

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How do you turn off DVR?

How to disable Game DVR Right-click the Start button.Click Settings.Click Gaming.Click Game DVR.Click the switch below Record in the background while I'm playing a game so that it turns Off.

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How do you turn off seatbelt alarm?

Press this knob until you see “ODO” on the instrument panel.You should turn the key off, and then back on.Hold the same knob for 10-15 seconds.While still holding the knob, put on your seatbelt, and then release the knob.

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How do you turn Steel black?

you burn it for a long time+++You can black it by heating it and plunging it into oil, but better-quality work uses a chemical treatment which has the advantage of not risking affecting the steel's properties or distorting the component. You do not "burn it for a long time"!

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How do you turn on headlight wipers?

lights must be on first off....then when your normal wiper is on push in the washer fluid control....the headlight wipers should come on then...there is no seperate controller for them

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How do you turn the overdrive off?

usualy newer vehicles, around 1998ish and up will have a button. some cars have automatic overdrive. which is turned off and on by itself. others(like on a 94 s10).....have a different way. it goes P R N D D 2 1 the D with the [] around it is the overdrive

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How do you signal a left turn?

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How do you fix wide turns?

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How do you turn off emergency flashers?

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How do you turn off automatic headlights?

General Motors Automatic Headlight System Insert the ignition key into the switch and rotate it to the "ON" position.Press and release the dome override button (near the headlight switch) four times within a six-second time-frame.

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How do you turn on OD?

On most cars the overdrive is on when you start the car and put it in gear. This is the D (drive) with a circle around it meaning "overdrive". Cars with a center console shifter the overdrive button is usually on the side of the gear shift.You will know if the OD is off because a light on the das...

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How do you turn off security light?

I know for my grand am, I have to leave my key in the ignition for 15 minutes.

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How do you turn off air bag?

deploy it.. or get it removed.. there is no disabling it.. the cheapest bet would be to make it deploy itself by putting the car in neutral and giving the bumper in front a quick hit from something that is not going to damage the car..

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How do you turn off alarm F150?

Try pulling the master fuse for the ignition to reset the alarm.

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How do you turn off maintance light?

If you mean "Check Engine, SES" light, unplug the negative battery for about 1 minute. If if comes back on go to autozone, they'll plug in an OBD2 reader and tell you exactly whats causing it. Also if it stays on you wont pass emssions. (1996 & newer only.)

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How do you turn when driving?

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Is it bad to drive in 4wd?

The short answer is: Yes, it's perfectly safe to drive in 4WD on the highway.But you still shouldn't do that – unless you have to.

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How can you connect the radiator fan to turn on went you turn on the car?

This is not necessarily recommended as you will not have any control over the fans operation -But to answer your question -Run a new wire/cable from the Ignition circuit (through an inline fuse) to the power cable to the radiator fan.Select the 'Earth Lead' at the Radiator Fan and connect this to...

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Does 4wd help you go up hills?

Not necessarily: it helps my making all four wheels attempt to drive the vehicle, rather than just two, so in cases of slippery surface it may well help.

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How do you determine if a 1998 Mercury Mountaineer has 2WD or AWD there are no markings on the vehicle?

Looking at the front suspension, look for axle stubs with rubber boots extending from the front differential to the front hub assembly (just inside the front tires) The presence of both the axle stubs and the front differential signify AWD/4WD

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How do you fix turn signals that turn on and do not flash?

To fix it do this : say the drivers side blinker goes on and does not flash. Well then you have either the front or rear blinker burned out. Thx KBThere's the possibility of burned bulbs, but if both sides fail to blink, replace the flasher unit.

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Can you drive fast in 4wd?

4WD and AWD makes driving on lower traction surfaces more stable and a bit safer.As fast as you like - none of the 4WD or AWD systems has any mechanical speed limitations.Speed will do no harm to the drive components.There is one exception though.

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How do you do a left turn while driving?

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Do you have to turn into the closest lane?

“Turn from the lane that is closest to the direction you want to go and turn into the lane closest to the one you came from.Once you have completed your turn, you can change to another lane if you need to.” Same applies to right turns.What about a road that allows turning from multiple lanes?

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Do you legally have to use turn signals?

Yes it's illegal if you do not signal your intentions before maneuvers.You are legally required to signal before pulling over, pulling into traffic, lane changing, parking, merging, turning right and left, etc.And yes you can get a ticket for failing to signal your intentions.

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Why on your 97 dodge ram 1500 2wd when applying gas bogs like to much air into the intake how do you fix?

Start with replacing the fuel filter.

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Do you have to turn brake drums every time?

No, it is only necessary if you wore your shoes down too far and scraped or gouged the drum.Also if the shoes wore unevenly, or if it has been a really long time since they were done it would be good to smooth them out.Feel the inside of the drum, if it is smooth with no ridges then it will be go...

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Which way do you turn to loosen an oil plug?

Crawl under, and find the engine oil screw near the front.Where you plug in the socket, use the wrench to loosen the plug in a counterclockwise direction.Once relaxed, you can use your hand and remove the plug.The hot oil will begin to pour out.

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How long do you have to stop before turning right at red light?

How long should I wait after stopping before turning? 3 seconds, or you should be yielding to the pedestrians and cars.When making a right turn at a red light and the opposing traffic has a turn left arrow, do they have the right of way to the right lane? It depends.

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How do you turn on my car using a screw driver to hit the starter?

First off, we don't know what kind of car you have and second, not knowing what you are doing could cause yourself bodily harm or worse.

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How do you get the interior lights to turn off in 2006 Trailblazer?

Push the button. The one close to the headlight switch.

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How do you fix a steering wheel that's hard to turn?

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Should you put a winch on a 2wd truck?

Sure! It will give you some back up and peace of mind, should you get stuck. You can do whatever you want with your truck. If your asking if it's worth it, that is completely up to you. How often do you think you will be needing it or have often do you think you will put yourself in a situation w...

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