garygid wrote:So, how do cars without a Limited Slip Differential get power to the non-spinning drive wheel when the other drive wheel is on ice, in a hole, off the ground, etc.? Please?
In my previous Mercedes steamroller (ML430), it was done by automatically braking the slipping wheel, allowing the opposite wheel to exert torque against the ground. Not very good for serious four-wheeling but works fine in ordinary rain, snow, etc.
It's practically free to implement once you have put in stability control, which also selectively brakes a wheel to pull the car back on line, and antilock brakes, which need the wheel rotation sensors.