Can being in 4H auto vs 2 WD affect the steering sensitivity

funglenn

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Glenn
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2020 JLUS North Edition
First of all I am not trying to criticize on the steering sensitivity--this is a solid axle and all jeeps have some amount of free play. However I feel like my JLUS has tighter steering and needs less steering correction when I have it in 4H Auto.

For those scratching their heads--I have the AWD option in my Sahara and I am not running in normal 4H on the freeway. Could 4H vs 2 actually make the steering characteristics change?
 
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