Q: Removed Drive Shaft, is it still drivable with 4WD ?

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I removed my rear drive shaft and was wondering if it is still drivable using 4WD(4H)?

My car has 213000 miles.

Hi Erick. Thanks for contacting us tonight. The Pathfinder is a rear-wheel drive first vehicle, meaning that in order to propel the vehicle, the rear drive shaft must first be engaged. So, unfortunately, until the rear drive shaft is repaired and replaced, the vehicle should not be driven.

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