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After replacing the awd fluid, the fornt wheels grad when going around turnes like U turne or parking.

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  • Hajro01 Jan 31, 2009

    I drove on the snow my 1999 GMC Safari Van My All weel drive works perfect And one day it just pops up and says "AVD Service" on the front panel and the front ties stoped functioning

  • Jeremy Kastrup May 11, 2010

    what kind of AWD Fluid did you use ? , sometimes AWD Units require synthetic fluids .

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You must use the upgraded/replacement AWD transfer case fluid from the dealer. The blue stuff. It has a friction modifier to address this issue. Mine had the same problem.

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