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When the fuse in the FWD box in the engine compartment is installed, the FWD light comes on and the vehicle is only in FWD mode. No power is appeared to be distributed to the rear wheels. When you remove the fuse the light goes off, power to rear wheels is restored, yet the rear wheels seem to fight the front wheels when you are turned the vehicle at low speeds. This happens particularily when in turning in reverse.

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The FWD fuse is working the right way from what you describe. The problem with the wheels sounds like a alignment problem.

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