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If you haven't already, consider trying the AWD Lock Button to the left of the steering wheel. It basically makes the AWD always on below 19mph, turning off when you go above that and turning back on when you are below that. When the button is NOT activated the wheels will probably slip a little before they start transferring power around. There is a page on it in the manual.Report it
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