Well, that would depend on the transmission. Sounds like you got yerself a 2wd mf-er.
You might want to have the front axle checked out.
no, its 2WD
Usually rotate the end cap clockwise until it stops
2.5 Quarts, this is also for almost every chevrolet.
If Fwd and the front tires are on the dolly. yes.If Fwd and the front tires are on the dolly. yes.
The last rwd Olds Cutlass was the 1988 model.
Yes.......but you need to make sure it has the same gear code. You can check this in the glove box. The code starts with a G (example-GU6)
Is there only high and low on the 2001 land rover discovery SD
you just replace it
Make sure your vehicle is in neutral before trying to engage the 4 wheel drive. If you hear the "clunk" of the transfer case engaging but there is no discernable difference in driving behavior, make sure the front hubs are locked.
well the best would be 4wd but if you have a 2wd then a FWD would be the best
drain and remove the fuel tank. its grouped with the sending unit under the bung hole.
no the transmissions are different and it wont work.
Were Under dssh is it
Replace the thermal actuator in the front differential.
FWD means Forward.
Fwd means forward.
That would be the 4L60E transmission.
Assuming this is a fwd car? I would say it is the CV joints ( if the first question is right?) Assuming this is a fwd car? I would say it is the CV joints ( if the first question is right?)
Front Wheel Drive. ( FWD ).