What is drive?

drive trace

[box style=”0″]Glossary “drive trace” Definition:
Grapic display of the driving conditions for an I/M 240 test. The vehicle is driven on a dynamometer to match speed, acceleration, and deceleration shown on the trace. The trace can also be used to pinpoint when and where a vehicle failed the I/M test.[/box]

drive range

[box style=”0″]Glossary “drive range” Definition:
Selector lever range which allows the transmission to eventally go into a higher gear range. Or, the state or stage of being in high range in non-overdrive units.[/box]

drive line clunk

[box style=”0″]Glossary “drive line clunk” Definition:
Loud noise that can be attributed to total powertrain response to torque reversals in the system, including, but not limited to, backlash in the transmission, driveshaft and axle.[/box]

Drive Cycle

[box style=”0″]Glossary “Drive Cycle” Definition:
The purpose of the OBDII drive cycle is to assure that all of the on-board diagnostic tests (monitors) have been run on the vehicle so that all of the I/M flags are set to READY or COMPLETE.[/box]

drive line

[box style=”0″]Glossary “drive line” Definition:
Assembly of various parts such as the driveshaft, universal joints, and connecting yokes that transmit torque from the transmission to the differential.[/box]