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4WD cars trasmition gearshift
Is 4 wheel drive part of the transmission?Do AWD vehicles have a transfer case?Why do 4x4 have two gear sticks?How do you shift gears in a 4x4?What is...
I/M Readiness Test How to know if I WILL pass emissions test?
How do you check emission readiness?What does Readiness mean on emissions?How long does it take OBD monitors to be ready?How long until EVAP is ready?...
Differences between drive by wire and drive by cable
A drive-by-wire car uses electricity, wires, variable resistors, and motor actuators to control functions such as throttle position, gear selection, e...
2012 Hyundai Sonata fails inspection due to drive cycle
How do you do a drive cycle for inspection?How do I reset my drive cycle?How long does it take for EVAP code to reset?How long does it take for readin...
CV joint or drive shaft?
All front-wheel drive cars have Constant Velocity joints or CV joints on both ends of the drive shafts (half shafts). Inner CV joints connect the driv...
Could a car be slowed by the drive shaft?
What happens if a drive shaft fails?Can a drive shaft break?Is it good to drive your car hard sometimes?What causes a driveshaft to break?How long can...
Drive shaft Is loose?
A loose U-joint or bad center bearing within the driveshaft may cause the faltering acceleration. You may also hear sounds while the car is shuddering...
How to diagnose a faulty driveshaft?
Signs of a bad driveshaft/drivetrainVibrations from under the vehicle. A common symptom of a failing driveshaft is an intense shaking coming from unde...
Driving on stones
Is it bad to drive on rocks?Does driving on gravel hurt your car?When driving on gravel or dirt roads you should?How fast can you drive on gravel?Do r...