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Hey guys, i have a 2000 auto gt and the traction control off switch/button stopped working. by stopped working i mean the light doesnt illuminate any more and from what i can tell it doesnt work when i push it.what exactly do these switches do? do they lock the rear end to allow both wheels to spin at the same rotation speed or are they usless? and how do i fix the switch. thanks in advance,
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no. when the computer senses a wheel spinning, it retards timing to reduce power. has nothing to do with the rear end. im not sure but you can check to see if the T/C button has a specific fuse for it and work from there. To me T/C is important because if you want to race you wont be able to launch. If its raining, you most likely want T/C on.
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nope i dont have traction control i dont have any buttonsby my cig lighter , and i know what your talking about kas my friend has an 01 manual gt and has t/c but i dont have it, i tried to take it off manually with my tuner but someone had told me it doesnt help because i dont even have t/c as an option on my car
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