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The snow button

I have a 2008 Highlander and there is a snow button on the console next to the downhill button. I didn't see anything in the manual about the snow button. How and when do I use it?

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  • Enzo Bagnoli Dec 02, 2008

    So it sounds like I only turn it on if I am stuck or in danger of getting stuck. If there is snow on the ground but I am not having any problems getting through it, then I don't use it. Thank You

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When its snowing and its a traction safety feature that when engaged will slow down the speed of the wheel that slips to the speed of the other wheels making it easier to regain traction. this is not always useful so they added an option to turn it on and off

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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