SantaFe II 2006-..., Tuscon 2004-2009Next
Automatic all wheel drive. The Borg Warner ITM 3e, an electromagnetic clutch-type system that sends 95% of the power to the front wheels—until they encounter a low traction situation, when up to 50% of the power can be apportioned rearward.
Figure: Hyundai SantaFe II/Tuscon electromagnetic clutch attached to the rear differential case. (78KB)
Figure: Hyundai Tuscon rear differential (52KB)
Figure: Hyundai Tuscon transfer box (89KB)
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Figure: Hyundai Terracan front axle disconnect system (47KB)
Figure: Hyundai Terracan front differential (84KB)
Figure: Hyundai Terracan rear differential (67KB)
Figure: Hyundai Terracan transfer box (149KB)
Depending on Model Type, there were 2 different 4x4 drive systems available:
A base model Terracan, and top-spec 'Highlander'.
The Base Model (Regardless of additional trim/spec level) came with a button-operated Part-time all wheel drive drive system,
while the Highlander came with a torque on demand automatic all wheel drive system. (Usually rear wheel drive, torque is automatically assigned to front wheels when needed)
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