What is the difference between a full time and a part time four-wheel drive 4WD system?

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  • Celine Kwan
    So the difference between part-time 4X4 and full-time 4X4 is that part-timers drive just the rear wheels onroad, and the AWDs drive all four wheels, all the time.7 jul 2017
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