Q: What does the 4x2 Light mean?

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What does the 4x2 Light mean?

The 4x2 Light indicates the performance of the two-wheel drive high feature. The driver selects when this feature is on. To understand the 4x2 Light.

  1. The 4x2 Light will illuminate briefly when the two-wheel drive high feature is enabled.

  2. If it does not come on or remains lit, have the system serviced.

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