There is no shifting of power between front and rear in the 4HI or 4LO positions. In these positions the transfer case is locked and it is a 50/50 split between front and rear.ScarabEpic22 said:What he said!
A4WD- rear wheels fulltime, front wheels on "alert" for slippage, will apply front power as needed to compensate for rear wheel slip.
4HI- All 4 wheels powered, transfer case can shift power between front and rear according to conditions (I think about the power transfer part)
4LO- Use in very slow conditions, all four wheels powered, but mainly used for getting out of a very steep ramp at the boat launch or getting out of really deep mud or similar.
2HI is regular rear wheels powered.
Thanks, I couldnt remember if it was able to transfer power or not, now I know for sure!Wxman said:There is no shifting of power between front and rear in the 4HI or 4LO positions. In these positions the transfer case is locked and it is a 50/50 split between front and rear.
Yea, skiing!!!dach95 said:I'll keep it on 2WD unless the roads are slippery. I stay off A4WD unless really need it to preserve the life of the transfer. 4WD on dry pavement the wheels can lock up easily on a turn. Can't way to go skiing this winter
I know that my Mother's old Bravada used to have full time AWD, and her current SRX does too.Dacomputernerd said:I dont think it has full-time AWD...
Isn't "AWD" and "4WD/4x4" completely different technologies