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Old 06-25-2010, 09:16 PM   #1
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Default how to turn of my traction control/advance trac??

how can i turn off my traction control/advance trac? i'd really like to know.
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i did what it said but it didn't work so i was wondering what ya'll do
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hit it once and it disables the TCS, push and hold for longer than 5 sec and it turns off completly but will turn back on after 35 mph I think. The icon will flash then go solid when it is off.
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What RES4CUE said. But one question out of curiousity......how come?
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no way to fully turn it off, its still working even when it flashes, it just turns back on when you go over 35mph, also if you induce too much sway it will still kick on under 35mph. Its not a huge problem but its anoying. Short answer is get a tune from JDM they can disable it.
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you can pull the fuse, but if you have 4wd and a locker, it'll disable the 4wd and locker too

but yeah in general, exactly what RES4CUE said
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you can pull the fuse, but if you have 4wd and a locker, it'll disable the 4wd and locker too

but yeah in general, exactly what RES4CUE said

just 4x4 LOW you will still have 4x4HI
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just 4x4 LOW you will still have 4x4HI
oh see I'm 2wd, so I don't have experience with that; only what I've heard
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oh see I'm 2wd, so I don't have experience with that; only what I've heard

No worries, I have done alot of exerimenting with the TC systems.
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