Is the AWD full time?
Its ,automatic,it will lock its self in if needed.what can i say its a hyundai
It is not full time,it depends on traction condtions,
THERE IS NO "AWD" BUTTON! THERE IS A 4WD BUTTON--- YOUR CAR OPPERATES ON FWD UNTIL THE FRONT WHEELS LOOSE TRACTION THEN THE AWD GIZZMO STARTS PUTTING TRACTION TO THE REAR WHEELS (UP TO 50/50 SPLIT) FRONT TO REAR---ALL AUTOMATIC---- THE 4WD BUTTON LOCKS THE REAR END TO A 50/50 SPLIT FROM START UP TO 18 MPH WHEN IT DISENGAGES! IT WILL RE -ENGAGE WHEN YOU DROP BACK UNDER 18 MPH- IT IS USED TO GET YOU OUT OF A STUCK SITUATION FROM THE START OR UP A SLIPPERY HILL- ONCE YOU GET GOING JUST TURN IT OFF- IF YOU NEED THE WHEELS TO SPIN TO DIG OUT , TURN OFF THE "ESC" THIS WILL LET THE WHEELS SPIN AN DIG DOWN TO GET YOU GOING- THEN TURN IT BACK ON! 4WD OFF, WHILE ON DRY ROAD OR POOF , YOU BROKE IT!-- IF YOU REMEMBER THIS YOU WILL ALWAYS GET OUT AND BACK WITH THE HYUNDAI!
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