I have experienced torque bind before
Currently have it on my 96OB wagon --took rear drive shaft out till my mechanic
comes back from florida...and we will attempt it
The few times I have felt it....it was like this: a real feeling of braking while doing 360's on dry pavement
Also....the tires would make a definite sound as they turn at different rpms.....you would hear the tread fighting against the pavement
With sand/grit on the pavement and you would hear the tires slipping
So today...I bought a sweet 95 legacy L 4 dr with 123,000--automatic 2.2
But, it has something that seems like TB...but it does not feel or sound like what I have experience b4
in BJs parking lot,,,,,,doing 360's the tires really made no fighting sounds against the pavement,,,,it didn't even really feel like it was braking
It was odd....I will try my best to describe the sound/feel
Imagine a door whose hinges where not oiled...and the door could not swing smoothly
Instead, when you start pushing it---swinging it......it jumps 1/8"...and then another 1/8 and another and another etc...thru the whole swing it like a fine "ratcheting" sound
I don't know it that helps or makes it more confusing
All tires were same brand...tread seemed fairly close altho fronts definitely had some alignment issue wear
Seemed inflated ok ...but my eye is not a gauge
Tranny fluid smelled ok..looked ok...but not just changed
I put $200 down (2200 total)
I HAD to buy this car...its clean!--and my sons 96 2.2 has 235k on it....the vintage and motor are fantastic
I forgot when I saw it today about pulling the fuse...I assume the 95 has the FWD fuse?
Would someone explain again what it means?
1--pull fuse and nothing changes?
2--pull fuse and TB disappears?