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I got a guy who's interested in installing the 2WD/AWD switch, but as I'm remembering now,...
A while ago I was running two different types of tires from front to back. My rear diff was making an awful noise, so I decided to pull the eBrake one click until I got new tires, which I did a couple of days or so later. All good there.
Keep this in mind: When I clicked the eBrake up, the noise went away, and I felt the rear diff disengage...
What I remember is when I clicked the eBrake up, noise was gone. It seemed though as when I made a stop, and took back off, after getting going, the noise was back, even with the eBrake clicked up. It seemed as though the car kept re-engaging AWD. This also happened when just crusing, I would have to put it down, and back up repeatedly, I would say once a minute (roughly). So does the ecu just keep disengaging 2WD?
Sorry if this has been mentioned but I couldn't find any info about it not working..
Thoughts?? Has anybody done any testing to confirm this DOEs in fact work and maybe my car has an odd ecu flash or something?
new dd: 2005 Nissan Xterra black SE
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