Subaru Forester: X-MODE (if equipped) / Hill descent control indicator

Subaru Forester. Hill descent control indicator

Hill descent control indicator (type A)

Subaru Forester. Hill descent control indicator

Hill descent control indicator (type B)

This indicator appears while the hill descent control function is in the standby mode. It flashes while the function is operating. It will disappear when the function is in the disabled mode. When this function is changed from operational to non-operational, it will disappear when the vehicle speed reaches more than approximately 18 mph (30 km/h).

    Hill descent control function

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