Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Auto 4 wd comes on just fine is not cutting off when it needs to. Can a size in tires make a difference? I replaced the two front tires but they don' t match the back ones. close in size but maybe a inch difference and not the same brand of tires. I only started having this problem shortly after I replace my tires.
Hi there... The different size is tires could be causing you problem. The other thing is that if you are using your 4x4 with the two different sized tires, you are causing more damage than you think. The reason is that with two different sized tires, your axles are rotating at different speeds. This is ok in 2wd becuse there is no power transfer to the fronts but once you engage the 4wd, now you have power to the fronts and rears and could damage the differentials.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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