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Old 05 Jan 2008, 07:45 am
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Default Permanently disabling TCS on '01 TL

I think the TCS on the '01 TL is a joke. If I understand correctly,
it's kinda like a reverse ABS since it uses the brakes to slow the
front wheels if they are spinning, and it only works below 25kph. It
doesn't seem to do much to control the spin when I take off in the
snow anyway, and I prefer to control that myself.

I can turn the system off but I have to do that everytime I start the
car. Plus, that annoying light stays on when TCS is turned off. Is
there an easy way (pulling a fuse, maybe) to permanently disable the
system, and the stupid light?

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