Question about 2006 Ford Explorer
What does this option really do? ALso, is the 2-wheel drive front or rear wheel drive? The Explorer Limited Edition 2-Wheel drive is care referring to. THANK YOU
2 wheel drive refers to the rear wheels.
The traction control feature applies the brakes to the wheels that are spinning due to lack of traction so that they can slow down and get a grip or traction, if its in 2 wheel drive the system will pulse the brakes and you will hear and feel the system engage usually a buzzing vibration and an indicator light will come on the dash to tell you its engaged
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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