As you can see people have already ruined this thread talking about putting an engine in the back seat instead of how to build an AWD car.nobody has tried much harder then bsing on the internet.
Pretty soon someone will post "put an engine in the back seat" and well you get the point.
I'm sitting here looking at my transfer case and noticed something very odd. there is NO internal splines for the passenger side axle. so it would appear that the transmission only drives the LF wheel then into the transfercase to the rear wheels. the passenger axle does absolutely nothing. can anyone confirm this is the way the AWD units are?
hey, it's what I'm seeing. there are no internal spines on the passenger side of the transfer cast. so I pulled another transfer from a 1991 caravan AWD and it too is exactly the same. from what I figure is that the LF is always driven and the transfer case is also. then the viscous coupler applies the rear if there there is a difference in speed between the transfer case and the rear differential. So do I have 2 defective transfer cases or is this the way they are? I really want someone that actually knows something respond.lol...i wish i had one in front of me to check this for myself...not saying you arent seeing what youre seeing, but it seems kinda unlikely. what would the point of that be?....it would be cool to see the ad campaign for the 3wd caravan though. :thumb: