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Textbook Problem

Technician A says that some AWD systems have a center differential. Technician B says that some AWD vehicles have a viscous clutch. Who is correct?

a. Technician A only

b. Technician B only

c. Both A and B

d. Neither A nor B

To determine

The technician with correct approach about the all-wheel drive system.

Explanation

Given information:

Technician A says that the AWD system have a centre differential.

Technician B says that the AWD system have a viscous clutch.

All wheel drive vehicles consist of a power transmission system which can provide power to all the four wheels. This power can be transmitted to all the wheels as per requirement full time or on the demand.

All wheel drive vehicles are basically an extension of front wheel drive designs...

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