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  • Mat Esang
    To prevent wheel hop, Dodge utilizes a special Launch Assist feature. As part of the feature, wheel speed sensors look for signs of tire slipping. If this happens, a control module reduces engine torque to help regain traction, preventing wheel hop so drivers don't have to back off the throttle.2 Mar 2017
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