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Old 10-10-2008, 09:00 PM   #1
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can some one show me where the traction control maxi fuse is , i dont have a diagram on my plastic panel in the engine bay so i dont know which one to unplug?
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can some one show me where the traction control maxi fuse is , i dont have a diagram on my plastic panel in the engine bay so i dont know which one to unplug?

Nobody here knows where it is! I find that hard to believe
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Santos, Sundays are slow here, everyone seems to be out. I'm only familiar with the late models. Are you wanting to leave it off or just for a "good time". Unplugging either wheels speed sensor will give you better traction than the T/C fuse.
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Ok, not an expert with 95s, but I'll take a shot. First, I don't believe there is a traction control fuse. I believe it'* tied to the ABS fuse. If your car is the same as my 97, here'* a picture of teh maxi fuse box on the firewall under the hood. This is the box on the drivers side.

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