Thoroughly flush the diff and transfer box - then refill with the correct type and amount of oil.
To prevent this problem - extend the breathers to either inside the cabin or the roof line. This was a standard modification on Landrovers that went wading regularly.
The issue is usually caused by the air cooling and shrinking when the hot gearbox gets ...
Please take the following text with a grain of salt as this is just an interpretation of a complex problem from a random dude on the Internet
The steering angle sensor issue (DSC) is the most dangerous (and probably expensive) issue as your road safety depends on it. Perhaps it is caused by the later mentioned electrical issue, but this is something ...
I don't know the laredo particularly, but on any car this isn't a particularly simple job. It requires special tools, and you may need to remove other parts to get to the transfer case and transmission. Some of this may be big or heavy, so you might need an extra pair of hands.
At the least you will need jacks to get under the car, and some sort of jack to ...
Here are my observations (kudos to Myself for providing translations):
DSC: Lenkwinkelsensor Versorgung [Steering angle sensor power
LWS: Schleiferfehler (Ableichbetrieb) [Slider error
It seems that the steering angle sensor is not being supplied power as it should. This error was set about 500 km prior to the vehicle's ...
This is usually because the ambient air pressure when the bottle was filled is less than the current ambient air pressure where you are.
The other possibilty is that a temperature reduction will also have the same effect.
Usually a combination of both together though.
This was a classic experiment in physics at school by boiling water then sealing the ...
tl dr: No
The transfer case sits at the back of the transmission. It has two drive shafts which come off of it, one to the front and one to the back. You'd have to install a different transmission and driveline to the rear in order to do what you are talking about. It would be far cheaper (and easier) to get a transfer case fixed or replaced than to go ...
It depends on several things:
Is there a centre differential? If so then you get no drive to the rear unless it is a limited slip diff.
Can the rear drive train take the torque loading? Seen people do the same thing and snap the rear half-shafts due to sudden high torque - when in 4x4 and hubs are locked all four shafts share the loading.
Having said ...
The type you are showing above is just Four Wheel Drive (4WD). It can be switched between ranges of the transfer case:
Two Wheel Drive (2WD or 2H on the gear shift above)
Four Wheel High - This is all four wheels getting power with the transfer case in the high range for greater speed. This is the same gear ratio as used for 2H.
Four Wheel Low - This is all ...
This sounds like it's a differential problem. Rear wheels slipping in turns means they are forced to rotate at the same velocity, so slippage is the only means to alleviate the torque applied to the axles by uneven velocities. Have you checked the differential oil level? The temperature effect can possibly be accounted for by the oil viscosity OR a sensor ...
Pros and cons of an AWD transaxle vs a separate transfer case:
more compact system
less moving parts in general
less parasitic drag
allows the car to be lower to the ground
harder to repair
transaxle is not cost effective to use in a 2wd car (a lesser model of the same car for instance)
less flexibility ...