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TTC Wheel-Trans provides a safe and reliable transit option for persons with disabilities to travel with freedom and dignity. Applicants may be eligible for Wheel-Trans service if their disability prevents them from using TTC’s conventional transit for all or part of their trip.

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TTC Wheel-Trans provides a safe and reliable transit option for persons with disabilities to travel with freedom and dignity. Applicants may be eligible for Wheel-Trans service if their disability prevents them from using TTC’s conventional transit for all or part of their trip.

How to apply? Wheel-Trans provides a safe and reliable transportation option for persons with disabilities to travel with freedom and dignity. Applicants may be eligible for Wheel-Trans service if their disability prevents them from using TTC's conventional transit for all or part of their trip.

What Does "Trans. Failsafe" Mean? The "Trans. Failsafe Prog" warning is a little bit of a “catch-all” solution in that, anything that the computer in your car deems a potentially damaging threat to the correct operation of your transmission will cause it to go into failsafe. For the sake of brevity, we will count any faults within the transmission itself as one thing.

Can You Tow a Vehicle w/Auto Transmission?

Trannies/Transfer cases in which the lube system is driven from the input (or engine) side cannot usually be safely towed because the gears will fail from lack of lubrication. There are companies

How Fast Can You Drive In 4WD High: Without Risking Damage? Unless you have a permanent 4WD, then you simply proceed as normal since you already are in 4H all the time. When your vehicle is in 4WD-High, the engine power is sent to both front and rear axles. This is, in turn, split 50/50 between each wheel on that axle, which means each wheel receives 25% of the engines total power.

Why is towing a manual transmission car, in neutral, with ? It is clear that cars with automatic transmissions cannot be towed with any drive wheels on the ground, engine off, in neutral, because the torque converter powers the lubrication pump for the transmission. Why is it considered safe for a manual transmission? Doesn't the transmission need to be lubricated and cooled, just like an automatic?

Transmissions and transaxles?

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Is it Safe to Drive With the Traction Control (TCS) Light ? A failing wheel speed sensor, or damages in its wiring, disrupts the connection between the wheel and TCS computer. This prevents the TCS working on that wheel, so the light will illuminate and stay lit until addressed. It may even turn on a “TCS off” light to indicate the system is not functioning. Is it safe in this situation? No.

Can My All-Wheel Drive Car be Towed? For an all-wheel-drive vehicle, there are no particular wheels that should be left on the ground. Towing a vehicle that has been fixed with a permanent all-wheel-drive system on two wheels is dangerous. This won’t just damage the transmission system, but also the drive components that might be a million dollar problem to deal with.

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