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Old 12-12-2010, 09:43 PM   #1
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hi guys,hopefully some1 on the forum has the knowledge for this problem i have with my traction control!!!!!when driving if i punch it on the gas pedal hard and the wheels pick up!!!!the motor just looses all power but does not stall,as asoon as i let of the gas its normal again!!!!i tried to turn it off and it does the same turn it back on still the same!!!!!i heard somewhere that the computer could be automatically overideing the trackion control switch and cutting in when any traction is lost, even in off or on mode!!!how can i get rid of this,is it possible to unplug the sensors at the i.r.*,or would that cause other problems with a code error coming up!!! any help would be greatly appreciated guys-gals!!
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thanks for the link,mine is a rwd though but it should still work the same!!cheers for that!!!!
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Yes, same basic idea. Your disabling the WSS and it shuts everything off. The only problem is you can't turn it back on. You need to turn the key off and then restart the car to reset traction control.
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thanks for the info,cheers
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