Nissan Juke Service and Repair Manual : 4WD warning lamp blinks quickly

Description

While driving, 4WD warning lamp blinks 2 times in 1 second and it turns OFF after 1 minute.

NOTE

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This symptom protects drivetrain parts when a heavy load is applied to the electric controlled coupling and multiple disc clutch temperature increases. Also, optional distribution of torque sometimes becomes rigid before lamp blinks quickly. Both cases are not malfunction. Refer to DLN-32, "Protection Function".

When this symptom occurs, stop vehicle and allow it to idle for some times. Blinking will stop and system will be restored.

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