Jeep Wrangler-handling And Control Specifications

The latest model of the jeep wrangler comes with some of the most optimal handling and control features. The need for stability on the road has made it necessary for manufacturers to come up with car models with enhanced controls. The model of jeep Wrangler that recently hit the market comes with many of these functionalities; here are some of the most important ones.

The 1990 jeep wrangler ECM or engine control module is exactly what it sounds like, it helps control the engine. It’s a type of ECU, or engine control unit. There are a number of ECU’s throughout your vehicle that regulate how different components work, they can be found regulating your car’s air and heating systems, transmission, sliding doors, and body controls. If something has an electrical component it likely has an ECU involved.

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Enhanced traction control (ABS)

This system makes it possible to slow down a spinning wheel whenever a wheel slip is detected when you are driving at a low speed. The brake system is automatically activated to do this.

The primary benefit of the system is to make it possible for your jeep to accelerate from a stationary position and maintain the motion on slippery terrain. The chances of your jeep losing traction and spinning out of control in slippery conditions are therefore significantly reduced.

Case shift that can manually be transferred

Jeep Wrangler is fitted with a lever whose main function is to facilitate shifting between 2 wheel drives and the 4 wheel drives that might be available. This feature is essential to off-roaders since it offers the desired hands-on involvement characteristic of any manual shift transfer.

Hubs that lock automatically

As you shift automatically from 2-wheel to 4-wheel drive a spring-loaded hub usually engages automatically. This ensures that torque is applied to the axle and in turn the inner mechanism slides in and locks.