ALL WHEEL DRIVE OFF

If the vehicle has the All-Wheel Drive (AWD) system, this message displays when there is a temporary condition making the AWD system unavailable. The vehicle will run in 2WD. This could be caused by:
- Loss of wheel or vehicle speed
- AWD system overheat
- Certain vehicle electrical conditions

This message turns off when the above conditions are no longer present and the warning message is reset.

To reset the warning message, turn the ignition off and then back on again after 30 seconds. If the message stays on, see your dealer right away. See All-Wheel Drive for more information.

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