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nigelsim18



Member Since: 03 Apr 2021
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OK to drive with caution 2 wheel drive only Traction reduced

Anyone had this error on the new Defender? I was right over at ~22 degrees with rear wheel in the air when it appeared. It didn't reduce me to 2 wheel drive as it suggested and after getting to flat ground a start of the vehicle cleared it and it's not appeared since.

Error on instrument screen: OK to drive with caution 2 wheel drive only Traction reduced

Searching suggests the error has been seen on Evoque and Discovery, and rear diff seems to be blamed. My vehicle does have the rear e-locker for what it's worth. Did wonder if due to the angle fluid had caused a sensor to believe it was low?

Thoughts?

Post #902772 12th May 2021 9:41pm
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J77



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Have a look here

https://www.defender2.net/forum/topic76950.html 21MY Defender 90 D200 S, Tasman Blue, Fuji White roof.

Post #902796 13th May 2021 5:10am
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Digger2000



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A software update fixed mine

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nigelsim18



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Was that a software OTA fix or dealer fix?

Post #902896 13th May 2021 6:57pm
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