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Hmmm. The transfer case uses an electric motor to press on a clutch pack and apply power to the front wheels. Normally it is just a rear wheel drive unless it senses the rear wheels slipping. I suppose that it were applying maximum torque to the front wheels it could cause a problem in the rear. I only have so much contact with these vehicles. I have not seen that yet.
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