Usually, this would fall under a customer complaint, and not be sought after and recommended during an oil change. How is it determined that the vehicle is not driving the front wheels, and how would you know there is actually a problem? The scenario that I have seen, usually ends up with someone in loose traction, or stuck, when they determine the front is not driving. It could be true, but that is a pretty thorough inspection that determined a fault. There could be a code stored, or an override that could be performed with a scan tool to determine if there is a fault. Otherwise, you would have to be in a situation where there is poor traction and spin the wheels, if the front locks and drives, there is no problem. This could also be determined on a hoist I suppose. If your too skeptical, it may be worth a second opinion.
Thursday, February 25th, 2010 AT 10:05 PM