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I have a 2002 honda passport. In a 4 w drive mode it struggles to turn in a full wheel turn i feel like some thing is trying to stop. No issue while driving straight or while driving in a 2w mode

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No worries all four wheel vehicles do same thing, its because all wheels are turning at same speed, just go slow when turning or switch to 2 wheel when turning at a slow speed

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You not supposed to use 4 wheel drive on a dry road. You will break the transmission or a differential this way. Or in the best case the tires will be worn off in a week. Use 4 wheel drive only on snow or ice. RTFM.

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