Originally Posted by bigpav7
I've read a whole bunch of conflicting information on how a QT II works under normal driving. Some sites state that it's 100% rear until slippage is detected. Others state its 60-40 or 50-50. Anyone know for sure? My tires are wearing in a weird pattern and I want to shift the ones with the most wear to the front if the system is in fact 100% rear. Thanks in advance.
QTII is is AWD with close to 50-50 front and rear split.
From the Jeep website:
This active full-time system functions in all-wheel-drive until additional traction is needed, then reacts by electronically engaging the clutch pack to transfer up to 100% of the torque to either axle. This system also features 2.72:1 LOW-RANGE and NEUTRAL.
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