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  • Khairul Anuar
    Somewhat surprisingly, the AWD in a Honda CR-V from 2017 engages automatically when it's needed. You can't manually turn AWD on and off. The ECU in your vehicle—essentially, the brains of your car—continuously monitors your wheel performance and engages the AWD system when it detects lost traction.
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