The 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee’s ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) is electronically-operated and contains four channels. The ABS is part of the vehicle’s ESC (Electronic Stability Control) which also consists of the ERM (Electronic Roll Mitigation). Other than that, the 2022 Grand Cherokee has EVBP (Electronic Vehicle Brake Proportioning) integrated into its system, doing away with the need for the proportioning or combination valve. The merged ABS and HCU (Hydraulic Control Unit) is located at the front of the vehicle’s master cylinder, underneath the engine air box. The ABS prevents wheel lockup and maintains steering control while braking. The wheel lockup prevention is achieved by regulating the fluid pressure on the wheel brake units. The hydraulic part of the system design contains four channels, which means that each of the wheel brakes is individually controlled. The electric ABS, meanwhile, is distinct from the other electrical circuits in the 2022 Grand Cherokee. The major ABS components include the ABM (Anti-Lock Brake Module), HCU (Hydraulic Control Unit), WSS (Wheel Speed Sensors), Dynamic Sensor, ABS Warning Light, and the SAS (Steering Angle Sensor). All of these system components are operated by the ABS module. To learn more about the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee or determine if it is the right fit for you, please feel free to reach out to your nearest Jeep dealership in St. Paul Dodge.