Q: What does the 4x4 Low Light mean?

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What does the 4x4 Low Light mean?

The 4x4 Low Light indicates when the four-wheel drive system is enabled. The driver is responsible for turning this feature on and off. To understand the 4x4 Low Light.

  1. The 4x4 Low Light will come on for a moment when the 4x4 Low system is enabled.

  2. If the light does not come on or it stays on, have the system serviced as soon as possible.

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