Q: What does the All-Wheel Drive Off message mean?

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What does the All-Wheel Drive Off message mean?

The All-Wheel Drive Off message can appear in the driver information center (DIC). When the DIC displays this alert, it means that the rear drive system is overheating, and the all-wheel drive (AWD) system has been disabled.

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