Figure: ford bronco fifth generation gear levers (172KB)
Figure: ford bronco fifth generation rear axle (250KB)
Figure: ford bronco first generation front axle (281KB)
Figure: ford bronco first generation gear levers (118KB)
Figure: ford bronco first generation transsmision (103KB)
Figure: ford bronco fourth generation 4x4 buttons (142KB)
Figure: ford bronco second generation gear lever (316KB)
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Figure: ford edge u387 logo (122KB)
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Automatic all wheel drive system. Same as Ford Maverick in Europe.
locking center differential activated by a switch on the dashboard.6 The AWD system normally sends most of the power from the engine to the front wheels. If slipping is detected at the front, more power will be sent to the rear wheels in a fraction of a second. The four wheel drive system was a newer version of Ford's "Control Trac" 4x4 system, dubbed the Control Trac II 4WD in the Escape. This system allowed the front wheels to receive 100% of the torque until a slip was detected. Using a Rotary Blade Coupling, the rear wheels could be sent up to 100% of the power in fractions of a second. When switching the system from "Auto" to "On," the front and rear axles are locked at a 50/50 split; the reaction time necessary to engage the rear wheels is reduced via an integrated bypass clutch.
Figure: ford escape first generation 4x4 logo (27KB)
Figure: ford escape first generation 4x4 switch (60KB)
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