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Awesome! I'm going to Jemez tomorrow. We'll see how well one wheel drive works (plagued with 3 amigos)!
The 3 amigos dont affect 4WD, that's managed by the transfer box... depending on the fault only the active braking modes(TC, ABS, HDC or EBD) can be affected, sensor fault is not mentioned but in that case all the functions are disabled
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Well, my understanding is that TC isn't working, so each axle is open and acts that way, meaning if the wheel receiving drive power slips, it will continue to slip. If the central diff isn't locked, the axle that slips the most will receive most of the drive. I was making a joke, but there is something to it. In any case, I didn't have any problems.
 
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