Join Date: Nov 2013
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Trying to keep it simple, there is always 100% power to the front wheels. When the rear axle is engaged the wet clutch pack in the rear differential can go from 0 - 100% engaged giving up to 50 /50 power distribution. It's pretty much imposible to send more power to the rear than the front like sport mode implies. Unless there is a center diff. Which we don't have.
Except Jeep disagrees with your assessment, as they state that up to 100% of torque is available to the rear wheel depending on mode.
2014 Anvil Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk
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