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Old 02-14-2001, 05:25 PM   #4
NebScoob
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Id be VERY carefull...

As far as I know the AWD fuse controls the electirc clutch mechanism which lock up the rear wheels. The default power split is still 90/10 which means the clutch will be draging while you do it, and could possibly damage it. You could drive the car like that, since the rear wheels will be moving, but when one side rotates and the other doesn't... could be trouble.

It's the same reason you can't tow the car with the rear wheels on the ground.
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