Like my '90 Buick Century, it is Front Wheel Drive. As with all FWD autos,
the rear axle and wheels mainly keep the bumper from dragging the ground.
Now that's an over-simplification. The real wheels do aid in breaking, load
bearing, and handling, but they do NOT transmit power to the ground. Unless
the auto is RWD, AWD or 4WD, the rear axle is free wheeling.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Neo) wrote in message
------->>>> goodgod! now i know what idiocity driving this car is! it's got a great interior,
and that is crap! it has a good engine, and now
that sucks! THERE is something different about the
'95 boo-ick century though, i guarantee it..it IS
MORE free-wheeling than other years, i tell ya!
i was driving ystrday, and thought, "hey you,
this is an idea...how could the fuel injectors get
not as much gas as theyre getting right now, without
affecting the performance???"....like in the olden daze,
where you could put in a smaller or bigger carb jet???
....why couldnt you put in some kind of fuel line butterfly
valve, that would adjust the fuel flow to the performance???
thats what i'm saying.............
------------->>> not exactly Ted, what i mean is some kind of thingy that would reduce the flow of petro
to the fuel injectors, which would, yes, reduce performance,
but increase mpg...........like a "governor", govna!
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