You May Get
It splits engine torque between the front and rear wheels of an AWD vehicle, offering better traction.
It aids wheel spin, permitting smoky single-wheel burnouts.
It reduces the chance the clutch will slip, resulting in better power transfer.
It sends engine torque from a slipping wheel to one with traction, aiding launch characteristics.
The engine oil is drained
The engine oil is refilled
The oil filter is replaced
All of the above
The original license plate, matching the original registration, is still with the vehicle.
The selling price matches the current appraised value of the vehicle.
The engine/transmission/axle serial numbers match the vehicle identification number, indicating they're the original components installed on the vehicle.
The odometer reading matches the stated vehicle mileage on the title.
Automatic Transmission Fluid
Shock and Spring
Axle and Steering Knuckle
Bearing and Hub
Tie Rod and Control Arm
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