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Cadillac STS-V Series Forum Discussion, trac control in Cadillac V-Series Forums; i had 2 people tell me how to disenguage the traction control, they said to do that you have to ...
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    trac control

    i had 2 people tell me how to disenguage the traction control, they said to do that you have to get under the rear and unplug the wheel sensor from either side didnt matter what wheel and you should be able to do a perfect burnout, downfall is that your dash will light up like a Xmas tree. im off to the lab/garage now. oh one of the guys who told me this is a D3 peformance tech in Cali

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    Re: trac control

    what about holding down the traction control button for 3-6 seconds... can't remember exactly how long, but hold it down until the message "disabled" or something like that appears on the DIC.

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    Re: trac control

    i tried that and it still kicks in when brake torquing, plus the car wobbles a little when its off all the way

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    Re: trac control

    Quote Originally Posted by DETROIT-V View Post
    i tried that and it still kicks in when brake torquing, plus the car wobbles a little when its off all the way
    i believe that's because you cannot shut off axle tramp protection with button. it can be programmed out with tuner.

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