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Check switch that enable/disables it. If electronically controlled, it may use ABS, Traction control, power steering and gear mode data as it's input to enable/disable AWD. Check for error codes for these systems too. If all is OK, check operation of mechanical part such as AWD transfer box or the whole transmission for wear and tear. Some do have mode switch that driver can select between snow and normal or mud. If present check such item too.
Posted on Dec 29, 2016
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