Four Wheel Drive Operation | How To | 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Four Wheel Drive Operation | How To | 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee


If your vehicle is equipped with Quadra-Trac
I, this system is a single-speed, high range only transfer case, which provides convenient
full-time four-wheel drive. No driver interaction is required. The brake traction control or BTC system,
which combines standard ABS and traction control, provides resistance to any wheel that is slipping
to allow additional torque transfer to wheels with traction. If your vehicle is equipped with the Quadra-Trac
II transfer case, this system is fully automatic in the normal driving 4WD AUTO mode. When additional traction is required, the
4WD LOW position can be used. The 4WD LOW position is intended for loose,
slippery road surfaces only. Driving in the 4WD LOW position on dry, hard-surfaced
roads may cause increased tire wear and damage to driveline components. When operating your vehicle in 4WD LOW do
not exceed 25 mph or 40 km/h. The Neutral position disengages both the front
and rear drive shafts from the powertrain. It is to be used for flat towing behind another
vehicle. To shift from 4WD HI to 4WD LOW, with the
vehicle at speeds of 0 to 3 mph or 0 to 5 km/h, the ignition switch in the ON position
or the engine running, shift the transmission into Neutral and push the 4WD LOW button once. The 4WD LOW indicator light in the instrument
cluster will begin to flash and remain on solid when the shift is complete. To shift from 4WD LOW to 4WD HI, with the
vehicle at speeds of 0 to 3 mph or 0 to 5 km/h, the ignition switch in the ON position
or the engine running, shift the transmission into Neutral, and push the 4WD LOW button
once. The 4WD LOW indicator light in the instrument
cluster will flash and go out when the shift is complete. This video is not intended to take the place
of your Owner’s Manual. For complete details and other important safety
information, please see your Owner’s Information.

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1 Comment

  1. Why in the world do you not include a complete manual book in the car? The materials provided show only the very basic info and trying to use the display screen manual while working on something under the hood just doesn’t make sense. How do I get a complete manual like I received in every other car I have purchased in my life WITHOUT DOWNLOADING IT?

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