How often should a 4 wheel drive fluid flush be done on a vehicle?

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Your post particularily interests me. First some general info: Throttle plate cleaning and air induction service seems to be needed about every 18,000 miles, in my experience. You can check your power steering fluid yourself and decide. Pull the dipstick out and wipe it on something white. If i (MORE)

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How do you change the transmission fluid in a 4 wheel drive 97 Ford Explorer?

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How often should the transmission fluid be flushed?

First, check with any and all car manufacturers. You may be surprised that "flushing" is not recommended; or if it is, it will be at around 150,000 miles. And the so-called flushing has many detractors, many who say there is a good chance of engine destruction because of the flushing process. Consi (MORE)

What type of transmission fluid is in a 1999 Cherokee Sport 4 wheel drive?

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How do you go about doing a automatic transmission flush in your 1987 Toyota 4 wheel drive pickup?

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Why and how often should a car have an all wheel alignment done?

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If Prius 2007 need a brake fluid change when should it be done and how often?

If, as you say, it needs doing then it should be done as soon as possible. Brake fluid seldom needs changing though it does degenerate over time, mainly by absorbing moisture. The precise detail will be in your manual. The fluid reservoir needs checking topping up occasionally and certainly will (MORE)

How often should a dog feed her puppies when they are 4 wheels old?

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How often should a wheel alignment be done?

Alignments the manufacture suggests every 6 months. I work at a place that does alignments and I only do them if I see irregular tire wear (might be too late at this point), or if the truck pulls, but the alignment could be out and the vehicle goes straight down the road. So there is no Good answer. (MORE)

Should wechange all 4 tires if it's not all wheel drive?

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Is this vehicle a front wheel drive?

Well, not knowing what vehicle you're speaking of, I'll tell you a couple sure fire ways to figure this out. Firstly, look underneath your vehicle, is there a long cylinder running from the front of your vehicle to the rear end? If there's nothing running from the transmission or transfer case in (MORE)

Can you switch a front wheel drive vehicle to a rear wheel drive vehicle?

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How often do you need to flush the brake fluid on a 2007 Toyota?

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How do you check the 4-wheel drive fluid on a 1999 Jeep Cherokee Laredo?

under the jeep your transfer case remove the bolt with an Allen hole in it with and Allen socket. the fluid should run out of the hole. if you remove the bottom bolt you will drain your transfer case. if you remove the top bolt then you will be able to check it and will not have to refil it.

How should you rotate your tires on rear wheel drive vehicle?

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Can you pull a front wheel drive vehicle?

We had a 2000 Saturn L300 with an automatic that we towed for over 11,000 miles with all four wheels on the ground. I just had to put a switch on the fuse box which said. "To tow or To Go" not off and on. and left it in neutral. Speeds over 65 mph. So the following statement from the web is not true (MORE)

What gear should 4 wheel drive be in for in town driving?

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How often should you change the transfer case fluid on a 4 wheel drive truck?

A few things to consider: . Each maker has a recommended service interval . Trucks that go through creeks and such may contaminate the fluid, it should be checked for contamination and changed as needed after each use. . Trucks that see sever duty, Off road, towing etc should be serviced much mor (MORE)

When should you use 4 wheel drive high?

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What kinds of four wheel drive vehicles are there?

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What types of vehicles have 4 wheels?

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