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Toyota RAV4 Owners Manual: All-wheel drive lock switch (awd models)

Toyota RAV4 Owners Manual / Driving / Using the driving support systems / All-wheel drive lock switch (awd models)

All-wheel drive lock mode can be used when a large amount of drive power needs to be applied to all the wheels, such as when the vehicle gets stuck in mud and you need to free it.

Press the switch.

The torque of the engine is distributed to the rear wheels to the maximum extent possible in accordance with driving conditions.

Pressing the switch again cancels all-wheel drive lock mode and returns the dynamic torque control awd system to normal mode.

Toyota RAV4. All-wheel drive lock switch (awd models)


All-wheel drive lock mode can be operated when

The engine switch is in the on position.

The engine switch is in ignition on mode.

All-wheel drive lock mode

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