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Ask your Preferred Canby Auto Shop to Know the Facts of 4wd Repair!

Get Expert 4WD Systems Repairs Provided by Certified Auto Mechanic at Auto Max of Oregon located at 1004 NE 4th Ave. in Canby, OR 97013. Call 503-266-3246 today

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Ask your Preferred Canby Auto Shop to Know the Facts of 4wd Repair!

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  1. Trust Us for Your 4wd Systems Repair of your Vehicle - Auto Max of Oregon, Canby Visit Our Official Auto Shop Website: www.automaxoforegon.com Are you Facing any Car Problems? We are here to help you with!

  2. Ask Your Preferred Canby Auto Shop to Know the Facts of 4wd Repair! • Four-wheel-drive (4wd) systems are used to be kept for trucks and designed mostly for rugged off-road use. nowadays, there are 4 basic 4wd systems that send engine power to all four wheels of the vehicle-- All-Wheel Drive (AWD), Part-Time AWD, and full-time 4WD. Schedule an 4WD Repair Appointment online at: www.automaxoforegon.com

  3. Let us Explain the Difference between 4WD and AWD System! Brief Explanation of Each Type of 4WD System Repair: • Full-Time 4-Wheel Drive: Full-time 4WD systemsdate back nearly a century. Today, their use is mostly limited to vehicles that are designed for serious off-road duty. This drive train configuration traditionally sends engine power equally to all four wheels. • Part-Time 4-Wheel Drive: Part-time 4WD systems remain in rear-wheel-drive mode until additional traction is needed. This reduces unnecessary drag on the driveline and helps to minimize fuel economy penalties. The change from the 2 to 4 Wheel Drive is done via electronic, mechanical, or hydraulic switching from inside the cabin. • Part-Time All-Wheel Drive: Part-time AWD systems work just like front-wheel-drive power trains until traction is lost. This system waits until the front wheels begin to slip before electronics (or hydraulics) automatically switch to AWD mode. The benefits include lower cost, less weight, and increased efficiency, ideal for entry-level or compact vehicles. • All-Wheel Drive: All-wheel drive systems are among the most sophisticated drivelines today. Engine power is sent to all four wheels based on demand as determined by electronic or hydraulic sensors. While this adds to the cost of a vehicle, it is "tuned" so that it can outperform a 4WD vehicle under some conditions. AWD vehicles are primarily only suited for on-road travel, and the increased mechanical complexity is a potential for additional vehicle maintenance as the vehicle ages. Let’s Speak with our ASE Certified Auto Technicians: (503) 266-3246

  4. Get a Free Consultation with ASE Certified 4wd Repair Shop Auto Max of Oregon- Auto Repair Shop, Address: 1004 NE 4th Ave, Canby, OR 97013 Phone: 503-266-3246 Website: www.automaxoforegon.com Email: service@automaxoforegon.com “Like us” on Facebook Page “Follow us” on Twitter “Follow us” on Google+ “Review us” on Yelp “Subscribe our” Car Care Tips Blog Try Our New Mobile App to Manage your Auto Repair

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