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Rocky (Fourtrak, Rugger)

Part-time transmission. Lever-operated (commercial swb/lwb) or button/lever-operated (passenger/estate lwb) transfer case.center differential (locked in 4L mode). Transfer case with 3 modes: 2H (RWD), 4H(4WD High Range) and 4L(4WD Low Range) for rough terrain. Transfer case is with gears, not chain.

Rocky/Fourtrak has rigid axle in front & rear, from'93 on rigid axle back (on coil springs) and independent (torsion bars) at front.

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Feroza (Sportrak)

Feroza has five gears and 3 modes in the transfer case, same as Rocky, but the front suspension is independent with torsion bars and the transfer case is with chain, not gears as in Rocky.

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Sirion 4trak

Automatic all wheel drive. Normally front-wheel drive vehicle. Rear axle engaged via viscous coupling when front wheels slip.

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YRV 4trak

Automatic all wheel drive. Normally front-wheel drive vehicle. Rear axle engaged via viscous coupling when front wheels slip.

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Terios

full-time all wheel drive. Free center differential, manually lockable by a button on the console.

Figure: Daihatsu Terios center differential lock button (Source:autoreview.ru)
daihatsu-terios-4x4-center-differential-lock-button

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There are 13 comments
Steve
January 22, 2024 - 23:58

@Vag

Don’t know how to reply directly to your comment.

Haven’t all the automatic 2nd Gen Terios VSC?
How can I tell for sure if one has a LSD or not?
Do the RWD versions also have a LSD?

Thanks!

Steve
February 26, 2023 - 19:11

So Goran wrote that the 4WD Terios is RWD and only sends power to the front when the rear is slipping.

AWD-Wiki wrote that it's constant 4WD with a 50:50 split.

Can someone with definite knowledge please tell me which it is?
Also if its constant 4WD with 50:50 split, how much max power can be sent to the front or rear?

Thank you!

Reply to Steve
Vag
December 05, 2023 - 16:37

AWD-Wiki is right. Terios II is full-time AWD. I will try to explain.

When the center diff is not locked, the TORQUE will always split 50:50. Which means the axles always get the same amount of torque but they could have different speeds according to their traction. For example if one of the front wheels get off the ground or completely lose its traction, which means it requires minimal torque to rotate, then as long as the front and the center differentials are open type, all the 3 other wheels will get the same amount of torque and they will not move.

When the center diff is locked, the SPEED on both the axles is always equal. Which means the axles could get different amounts of torque according to their wheels traction. For example if one of the front wheels get off the ground or completely lose its traction then only the other wheel of the front axle will get the same amount of torque and will not move, the rear axle will keep rotating at the same speed of the front and if BOTH of its wheels have traction, the car will keep moving.

The rear axle wheels traction is more difficult to be lost thanks to the LSD (probably torsen type).

If the car is equipped with VSC it will behave differently. Hope you found this comment helpful.

Vag
September 07, 2022 - 13:34

What type of LSD (on rear axis) does the Terios II (2006~) use? Is it a Torsen?

Reply to Vag
Steve
February 27, 2023 - 14:53

Open diff.

Reply to Vag
Vag
December 05, 2023 - 14:09

No Steve, that's not quite right. Terios II is equiped with an LSD on the rear axis except for those equipped with VSC. It looks like it's a torsen type LSD.

Goran
August 09, 2017 - 14:03

Daihatsu terios 2001 y. I think when its last wheels slip, then the front wheels automatically engage (because it is a constant rear wheel and the front falls as needed), and when I press the 4x4 (4wd) button, it has a constant (constant) drive at all 4 points. I think I'm right, but I would like to hear very happy and other comments. Greeting

Goran
August 09, 2017 - 14:00

Daihatsu terios 2001 y. I think when its last wheels slip, then the front wheels automatically engage (because it is a constant rear wheel and the front falls as needed), and when I press the 4x4 (4wd) button, it has a constant (constant) drive at all 4 points. I think I'm right, but I would like to hear very happy and other comments. Greeting

Goran
August 09, 2017 - 13:58

Daihatsu terios 2001 y. I think when its last wheels slip, then the front wheels automatically engage (because it is a constant rear wheel and the front falls as needed), and when I press the 4x4 (4wd) button, it has a constant (constant) drive at all 4 points. I think I'm right, but I would like to hear very happy and other comments. Greeting

Goran
January 16, 2017 - 21:42

Does the Daihatsu Terios 4WD 2001 god. has a constant drive to all 4 wheels or just the latest and last from spinning when it is activated and the front drive. And when that button is pressed (for redukovnje) how does this drive. And what are the conditions steering (between front and rear wheels).

Reply to Goran
awdwiki.com
January 17, 2017 - 06:56

2001 should have full-time 4wd with 50:50 split

youcke
January 08, 2017 - 07:24

Hallooo...
I have 2wd terios...
n i wanna swap to 4wd...
what sparepart i need to change...?
Thx...

boyd sichinga
February 24, 2014 - 00:07

I am asking for the dobleepedent that show all the buttons of a DAIHATSU TERIOS and what they are for. I will appreiciate
waiting to hear from you

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