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Old 12-23-2012, 01:23 AM   #1
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Default explain imprezas AWD?

from what i know about 4x4 ford trucks, which i can be wrong about, the 2 fronts wheels would be locked together with one of the rear tires, with least resistance rear, having power. thus, 3 wheels have power while in 4x4.

what does an impreza have? with the computer transferring power to slipping wheels, does that means it's similar, as in 3 wheels have power?

(or like other brand awd vehicles, where its just 1 wheel up front and 1 wheel in the back and call it awd?)

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