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Old 05-15-2004, 02:39 PM   #1
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Default Traction control fuse goes out.

Hey everyone here is my litlle story. On my 92 SSEi there is no traction on/off button so i did one my self, what i basicly did is went to the fuse box found one of the wires that goes in to the traction control fuse, cut it in half and connected a switch to it. The switch work just fine if i put it into off position the ABS and truction control lights go on, but there is a broblem, when the switch is on and either the ABS or Truction Control start working (Quick breaking or a litlle burn out) the fuse immediatly goes out. And I have no clue what might be the problem. Any one has any ideas? Thanks in advance.
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Strange... Why did your car not have that button on it?

I'm thinking something may be wrong with your PMV...
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what switch did you use? is it able to handle the current your dealing with?
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I have no clue, i will have to check it later because i dont have the package anymore. but i think it should.
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Are you sure your car has traction control? Did you check your RPO codes?
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100% sure man!
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