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AWD light! Hi, when I'm driving my GMC safari the AWD light comes up after like 20 secs. of driving. If i turn the engine off it goes away for until i drive again, how can i reset this light or what can i do?

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This light is telling you that a problem exists in the AWD system, the light reset's everytime the key is turned off, then because the system fault s still there it comes back on, the 20 second delay is the time required for the system to test itself.

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