Let's see if I can explain this without the manual because it can be confusing too.TitanHauler said:I have a basic understanding of what VDC is and ABLS but what EXACTLY are they and how do they work?
Wow! I have to agree with Firecracker on that one! That was an outstanding explanation! It seems to me that the aftermarket tuner companies will have their work cut out for them. Do all Titans have ABLS? I know I have VDC (the button of course). What about NTD? All Titans have that I suppose. I tow a heavy trailer so I like that fact I have the VDC.firecracker said:8O JetTech............YOU ARE THE MAN!!!
Not all Titans have ABLS, if I remember correctly it's standard on the 4x4's and comes with the offroad/and or big tow package on the 4x2's.Do all Titans have ABLS?
Excellent choice on the VDC, you'll love it....I know I have VDC
The manual is so vague on NTD that it's really hard to tell much about it. I assume they all have it because it's more for altitudes then anything else.What about NTD?
I really don't know the answer to that one just yet. I believe Nissan confused things a lot when they offered the E-lock option but said it wasn't compatible with VDC. hmmmmm, that I doubt is really the case. It appears they had no intention of even using e-lock unless your in 4lo, at which time VDC shuts off too. So I'm a little skeptical on their explanation on that one. Also I don't see how a true LS diff would have a negative impact on the operation of VDC or ABLS. Heck in reality it would make ABLS work less....The true answer remains to be seen as to what the aftermarket offers for which options Nissan has used.Am I right to assume that once aftermarket locking/limited slip rear differentials become available they may be useless in light of VDC and ABLS?
You think that might help :? :?JetTech said: