Question about 2002 Pontiac Aztek
I had my aztek towed. After getting it repaired the AWD disabled light is on. The repair shop says the tow truck driver turned the AWD off. They don't know what to do.
Mine does this same thing...After taking it to the dealer and paying lots of money I found the solution my self while changing the Driver Side tire. Look behind the tire there should be a little plug for the abs if it comes un plugged in any way or loose then it will disable the AWD. Worked for me hope this works..
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Go back to the the repair shop they need to fix this for you. If they give you some line that the tow truck turned it off then tell them to turn it back on. I dont know how many times repair shops will blame other people for things. I dont know the reason for needed the car towed but i have seen places miss treat cars resulting in broken plugs and such that get hit while repairing other stuff.
Dont let them tell you its not there problem. Make sure they know it was working before you brought the car in.
Let me know what happens
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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