Want to add AWD equipment. Can this be done? Car came equipped as Front Wheel Drive. Noticed while doing rear brakes the rear hubs are splined for the rear axle shafts. Also, the transmission ha

Asked by Dec 29, 2016 at 01:46 PM about the 2006 Chrysler Pacifica Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Want to change from 2 wheel drive to AWD.  Car came equipped as Front
Wheel Drive.  Noticed while doing rear brakes the
rear hubs are splined for the rear axle shafts.   Also, the transmission has the
output for the rear drive shaft.  

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It ain't happening. You would need a donor car and there will be electrical differences and programming differences between the 2 vehicles. If you need AWD trade it.

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Thank you. Our guess is the unit was manufactured at model year end and all the brackets and fuse box are wired. We will check the computer and see what info we can retrieve. Good reply - Thanks

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