Problems with Your Four-Wheel Drive System?

Four-Wheel Drive or All-Wheel Drive Failure Indicators

Four Wheel Drive System

No matter if your vehicle is four-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, they all use a differential or transfer case to get the power to all 4 tires. So, when your system goes, finding the part that fails is the first step toward a repair.

Indicators of a failure:

  • Dash Warning Lights
  • System Fails to Lock Front and Rear Axles Together
  • Shaking
  • Vibration
  • Weird Noises when Four Wheel Drive is Engaged

It’s important to make sure our AWD cars and SUVs are all doing what they are supposed to do to keep us safe, despite the weather. If your vehicle’s four-wheel drive or AWD system is faulty, bring it to <dealer name>. All work is covered with a nationwide service warranty good at all Tire Pros locations across the US. We also offer financing to keep the repairs within your budget.

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  • Cooper
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  • Nitto
  • Toyo
  • Blackhawk
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