There are many important systems to pay attention to on your Subaru. One of them would be the drive shaft, also known as the drive train. The drive shaft in your vehicle is what is responsible for delivering power from your engine to the wheels on your vehicle, which is what allows you to move from place to place. It's important that your drive shaft is in good condition, otherwise, a range of problems can occur when you're out driving. The types of drive trains can vary depending on the type of vehicle you have. Many cars have rear wheel drive, where the back wheels are what deliver the power. Your driveshaft is connected to the transmission at one end by universal joints. Other vehicles are equipped with all-wheel drive, also known as four-wheel drive. The same drive shaft is on the vehicle as a rear wheel drive, but there is an additional front drive shaft that is connected by u-joints. There are also front-wheel drive vehicles. It's important to maintain the drive shaft in your vehicle, regardless of what kind it is. You can find an OEM replacement here at Subaru Parts Authority.
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