awd vs 4wd hi

Asked by Jun 04, 2010 at 03:32 PM about the Chevrolet TrailBlazer

Question type: General

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ALL WHEEL DRIVE AND 4 WHEEL DRIVE HIGH?

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usually all wheel drive all wheels are powered by the transmission or transaxle at all times, typically adjust distribution of torque to different wheels for different road types (asphalt, concrete, gravel, dirt) and road conditions (wet, ice, dry) 4 wheel drive High, usually designed for off pavement driving which typically with selector button/position of 2WD Hi and 4WD Lo (for climbing hills off road), an exception and many others for instance, Jeep's QuadraTrac, the only position is 4WD Hi, 4WD Lo and neutral

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