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Old 03-20-2004, 02:15 AM   #1
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i need fuse location for TC but i still want my abs to work?
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Both use the Same fuse. Both use ABS module actually. I know on my roomates Cavalier, he can click the handbrake up one notch (not in use) and it disables TC, but we can't do that.

Here'* a dumb idea.... Pull the TC button setup out, and disconnect the harness for it, and see if TC still works.
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Give it up. Not possible. Either both or neither. Your EBCTM controls both systems simultaneously.
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Here'* a dumb idea.... Pull the TC button setup out, and disconnect the harness for it, and see if TC still works.

SOUNDS LIKE IT WOULD WORK??
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No. The TC defaults to on. If you don't want TC, just hit the off button every time you start the car.
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Ok i wasn't sure if it would default on or off, i know perform shift is the default if it'* out.
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