front wheel drive question

Asked by 4gy6 Aug 09, 2009 at 07:22 PM about the 2005 Honda Civic Coupe

Question type: General

Do both front wheels drive the honda equally or just the right one. what could be wrong if only the right drives the car? If I jack the front end up, put it in gear and rev the engine the right wheel turns correctly but I can stop the left wheel with my hand.

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don't worry, there's nothing wrong with your car, thats the way all cars with open differentials work. I assure you, your car is operating exactly the way it should.

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,above post is correct,this is the way the FWD works,its just like the older cars you get stuck in mud or snow and onley the right rear spins.

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