All-Wheel Drive warning light (AT and CVT models)

WARNING


WARNING

Continued driving with the AWD warning light flashing can lead to powertrain damage. If the AWD warning light flashes, promptly park in a safe place then check whether all four tires are the same diameter and whether any of the tires has a puncture or has lost air pressure for some other reason.

The All-Wheel Drive warning light illuminates when the ignition switch is turned to the ON position and turns off after the engine has started.

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