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Wheels bind in turns mainly reverse

Wheels bind in turns mainly reverse

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SOURCE: when in reverse something is binding up feels

check the rear end out it could be that

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SOURCE: feels like brakes are on when wheels are turned

sounds like your suv is in 4 wheel drive,does this have a shifter or a pushbutton 4wd?,this is how they act when in 4 wheel drive,if a push button acuated system possible problem with activation motor

Posted on Oct 19, 2010

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sounds like your suv is in 4 wheel drive,does this have a shifter or a pushbutton 4wd?,this is how they act when in 4 wheel drive,if a push button acuated system possible problem with activation motor

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