I would guess that the transfer case would try to transfer all the power to the disconnected front wheel. bad guess from the last guy.... this may be allright for awhile because the viscous coupler in the transfer case would lock and transfer the power to the rear driveshaft. however the drive would slip for a few moments before engaging and constant misuse like this will ruin the coupler. (i think they run about 800.00). so to answer your question ......no, there will be damage. All the above need to note that if the front drive shaft is removed than the transfer case would leak its oil.
Yes, with a ton of time, money, and custom work. If you're talking about taking a non alltrac and converting it to an alltrac, i wouldn't bother. It's cheaper to just buy an Alltrac.
Yes, a car can be driven without a catalytic converter. However, it is illegal to drive a car without them because of emissions.
Engine seized? No Depending on distance driven - might have done permanent damage to engine
If it is a two wheel drive, yes.
of Drive, of Drive. Also adj.
No it is driven by a drive shaft. The cam is driven by a chain.
No automatic transmission driven vehicles can be towed any distance at all without damage to the transmission gears. You have to lift the drive wheels off the ground in order to tow it. On some vehicles you can disconnect the drive shaft (if it is not front wheel drive.) The reason that it causes damage is because when the drive wheels turn, the interior gears of the transmission turn too and since the transmission is not working, there is no lubrication being pumped inside the transmission. The lack of lubrication causes gear damage.
No ,more damage will occur including overheating
Drive - Drove - Driven
The "driving" or drive gear is the source of power or rotation. The driven gear is turned or moved by the drive gear. Example: The pulley on a motor is the drive pulley and a pulley on a pump is the driven pulley. Example: The pinion gear in a differential is the drive gear and the ring is the driven gear.
Any motored vehicle to be driven in the state of FL streets need to be tagged. In order to be tagged it must be street legal including Horn, signals, lights and must not be over 49cc to be driven without insurance. It can be driven offroad without restrictions, but to be on the street the driver must be at least 16 years old, wear a helmet, and drive with NO passengers.
If a Mazda 6 with the Sport Mode feature (shows as M on the shifter) won't go into drive, can it be safely put into M to be driven? How far can it be driven in M without having to shift into another gear?
'Driven' is the past participle of 'Drive'.
you can drive with radiator boiling but will do damage to engine if driven far better to let vehicle cool down, refill with coolant to get it to shop and have problem fixed or call a wrecker to tow it
You can drive for awhile without the alternator or power steering working but without the water pump working you won't get far without doing serious damage to the engine. So if that serp belt drives the water pump the answer is no.
With a chain drive the driven wheel will always rotate in the same direction as the drive wheel, but in a gear drive the direction of rotation will change between drive wheel and driven wheel.
Absolutely NOT. Without the P/S pump the steering will be extremely hard to turn and it would be dangerous to drive.
Depending on the amount of damage a car could be driven. But the car can overheat, water could get into the oil or the engine can be destroyed.
Future - Will drive Present - Drive, Drives, Driving Past - Driven, Drove
I am driving. ==> Driving is the present participle of drive. I have driven. ==> Driven is the past participle of drive.
The oil pump is driven by the distributor drive gear on a V8.The oil pump is driven by the distributor drive gear on a V8.
P0303, number 3 cylinder is miss-firing. You could drive it but depending on the reason why it is miss-firing, it may damage the catalytic converter.