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The Olds Bravada typically is an all wheel drive model that GM coined as SmartTrack.

Posted on Feb 18, 2012

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Is all wheel dr like 4 wheel dr


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Are awd drives as good as 4 wheel drive ?


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How do I determine if the car is front wheel drive or rear wheel drive?


Generally, trucks, vans and large cars with big engines will have rear-wheel drive. Smaller, economy and compact cars are most often front-wheel drive. But you don't have to guess which one you have - find out for yourself.
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  1. Understand that front-wheel drive means the power from the engine and the transmission goes to the front wheels; rear-wheel drive means the power goes to the rear wheels. Four-wheel, or all-wheel, drive means all four wheels are powered.

  2. Open the hood.

  3. Find the front of the engine. The front of the engine is always where the belts are located.

  4. Look to see if the front of the engine is by the fender (side of the car). If so, then you have front-wheel drive.

  5. Check to see if the front of the engine is by the radiator and the grill (front of the car). If so, then you have rear-wheel drive.

  6. Look under the car near each front wheel. If you see an axle with a rubber boot (called the CV boot) on either end going into the wheel, then you have front- wheel drive.

  7. Look under the car between the rear wheels. If you see a large, metal, pumpkin- shaped thing (it's called the differential) with two axles coming out either side, then you have rear-wheel drive.

  8. Check both under the hood for the position of the engine and under the car for the axles to be sure, because not every car follows the rules for engine position and front- or rear-wheel drive (see Tips below for examples of cars with variations on this rule).


Good Luck

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Any vehicle that has to drive its own wheels requires horsepower. The more wheels that require power the more energy spent. If you only require 2 wheel drive to get you along that is good. Sometimes 4 wheel drive is needed. 4 wheel drive is needed in drastic situations. Does 2 wheel drive and 4 wheel drive differ? YES The power required to drive 4 wheels is increased 5.7% as to run 2 wheels. 4 wheel drive should be used at slow speed to overcome loss of traction of 2 wheel drive.
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