Nope - as MC posted, you go to a junkyard and cut off a handful of wheel speed sensor connectors and pigtails from several same year cars. You then make a long harness plugged into the front wheel sensor chassis harness connectors - spliced into the rear wheel speed pigtails. Now the PCM sees all 4 wheel speeds as identical, regardless of front wheelspin. Want to cut the feature in and out ? Get creative with a Radio Shack project box and make a 4 pole double throw switch circuit to either run TC normally or defeat it.Great info, thanks. I take it there's no quick n dirty trick like pulling a fuse or anything like that for a temporary TC defeat?
Yep, that's the plan. I wish TC wasn't so intrusive...it definitely makes the car a lot slower than it needs to be, but I suppose this car was designed more for safely whisking retirees to bingo rain or shine than for track work, ha.And leave the TC on.