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open glove box (2014 is a new car)
extract operators guide,
or drive back to where you bought it and ask them for instructions.
using 4wd can be good bad, you must learn how to use it.
do not use locked mode, on pavement.
if AWD that runs full time (options)
if car is part time 4wd do not drive on pavement unless ice is on top.
part time is for dirt or ice, never dry pavement.ever.
Look in the fuse/relay box under the hood,on drivers side,if the fuse is not blown,check for a bad relay near the blower motor,or in th relay box.If all this checks out,it can be the control head,it is a system with sensors all over the place,and any of them can cause the problem.But it does sound like the control head.
Top of dash must be removed. 2 bolts vertical in glove box 4 screws in defroster ducts, Remove 2 outer A/C air deflectors and 2 center deflectors. Be careful. Remove screws BEHIND A/C deflectors. Remove vertical screws along width of dash near speedo etc. Remove dash top and disconnect wires. Hope this helps