Question by  crazycool (145)

What is a "drive line" on a Dodge 4 x 4?


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Well "driveline" refers to all the componets under the vehicle that make the truck move. Sometimes it is referred to as a drivtrain. It usually includes the engine, transmission, transfer case, drive-shafts, and the axles. It is all of the parts that makes power or converts the power into movement.


Answer by  kayrag (66)

A "drive line" usually refers to the entire collection of mechanisms connecting the engine to the drive wheels. For a Dodge 4x4, this includes the transmission, transfer case, driveshaft, differentials, halfshafts and constant velocity (CV) joints.


Answer by  karm (164)

"Drive Line" is not specific to your Dodge 4x4. A drive line is the piece that connects the engine to the wheels from the transmission.


Answer by  hollowman (81)

it is another term for the drive shafts which offer the power from the gearbox and differentials directly to the wheels.


Answer by  pardhan (92)

A drive line on a Dodge is another way a driver can enjoy a specific geat they set the drive gear in, it allows one to drive in a specific manner.

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