Don't do it, it is not fun at all. The car hops around like crazy, it's really not designed for FWD. You could go out and try it for a few minutes, going around corners and accelerating= huge torque steer and spinning tires (especially if you have an XT)Ok, so when you get a flat tire, you're supposed to put the car in FWD mode via a fuse. Wouldn't it make sense thagt switching out of AWD would result in higher MPG? I'm thinking that 80% or more of the time in my area there isn't any advantage to AWD for your average 9-5 commuter...
Has anyone tried this? Any negative consequences?