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can anyone tell me if this is a front wheel drive or rear,


 

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Just some info for you, if you look at the engine......see how the belts and pulleys are in the front of the engine? That means that the car is RWD.

If u look under the hood and see the engine sideways (transverse) with the belts and pulleys on the side of the car by the fender, that means that the engine is mounted transversly and thus it is FWD.
 

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thanks guys ,i should of known that but just making sure,i might buy this car,,
 

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Originally posted by spook@Jun 9 2003, 04:30 PM
thanks guys ,i should of known that but just making sure,i might buy this car,,
TIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! good luck with it, if you buy it, JUICE THAT PUPPY AND ROLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;)

rims too :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by Joe5pt0@Jun 9 2003, 09:41 AM
Just some info for you, if you look at the engine......see how the belts and pulleys are in the front of the engine? That means that the car is RWD.

If u look under the hood and see the engine sideways (transverse) with the belts and pulleys on the side of the car by the fender, that means that the engine is mounted transversly and thus it is FWD.
then again not all car manufacturers are like that. Newer Intrepids, and older Tornado's had forward mounted engines and were front wheel drive.

But you are right about the caddy's
 

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Originally posted by Ev0lv3+Jun 11 2003, 11:20 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Ev0lv3 @ Jun 11 2003, 11:20 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--Joe5pt0@Jun 9 2003, 09:41 AM
Just some info for you, if you look at the engine......see how the belts and pulleys are in the front of the engine? That means that the car is RWD.

If u look under the hood and see the engine sideways (transverse) with the belts and pulleys on the side of the car by the fender, that means that the engine is mounted transversly and thus it is FWD.
then again not all car manufacturers are like that. Newer Intrepids, and older Tornado's had forward mounted engines and were front wheel drive.

But you are right about the caddy's[/b][/quote]
like he said...
wanna know if it's RWD.. look under it for the tranny and driveline..
or at least the tranny.. if it's not there then it's a front wheel drive. unless its just gone.. and if u buy it then u got bigger things to worry about.
 

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lol, look at the intake for the carburator... it opens up right there. mine goes all the way down to the front of the grille.
 

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Originally posted by Joe6pt0@Jun 9 2003, 01:41 PM~771175
Just some info for you, if you look at the engine......see how the belts and pulleys are in the front of the engine? That means that the car is RWD.

If u look under the hood and see the engine sideways (transverse) with the belts and pulleys on the side of the car by the fender, that means that the engine is mounted transversly and thus it is FWD.
most of the time
 
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