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Locking Center Differential?

Discussion in 'Transmission & Drive train' started by JayJay, Jun 16, 2009.

  1. JayJay

    JayJay New Member

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    Do 4x4 Expeditions have a Locking Center Differential? I know all 4x4s have a two speed transfer case, but LCD? I have run across several sites that say yes it does or no it doesn’t. Toyota’s comparison of the 4x4 Sequoia to a 4x4 Expedition says the Expe does not have a LCD.

    Does anyone here own a 4x4 Expe with a LCD? Do newer models 2007 and up have a LCD?

    If the Expedition does not have a LCD, then what type of system does it use to make the front and rear drive-shafts turn at the same speed?

    I apologize for the technical questions; I’m kind of new to the whole 4x4 thing. Looking at getting a 4x4 Expedition (hopefully) Thanks in advance :)
     
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    yes expedition come with locking central diffs. heres where it comes in. when u put it into 4hi or 4lo the transfer case is locked. in awd its not. the computer will decide where to transfer the power weather to the front or rear. the awd system was designed to used during the rain.
     

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