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Answered 2007-06-18 02:20:17

Mine does it, too. The flashes are a series, decodable just like the self-diagnostic codes from the Check Engine light: a series of flashes, a pause, and then a second series of flashes, a longer pause, repeat. I have been unable to findany information as to what the codes are or mean. However, usually it means that the AWD computer is not receiving a signal from one or more of the wheel sensors. Check the wiring to ensure that there are no breaks.


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