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Hi all! just wondered if someone could help?

I want to disable the traction control on my P38 4.6 (1998) whilst all the lovely snow is out :D

DOes anyone know how to do this? is it a case of removing a fuse/relay?

any help would be much appreciated!

Thanks!
Mike
 

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Pulling fuse 23 (5 amp) in the under bonnet fusebox will disable both ABS and TC.

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It's more fun if you want to drift around a carpark or somewhere else :D .

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waveydavey said:
Why would you want to do that?
THere are times on more difficult off road trails that abs hinders more than it helps. I have a kill switch on my dash for fuse 23 so I don't even have to get out of the car. By hte wy, it also kills the EAS so make sure you are at wading mode before pulling the fuse.
 

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I've been thinking of a switch to open the fuse connection, but I'm concerned about generating faults that need resetting. Does the fault reset automatically when you replace the fuse?
 

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digita said:
I've been thinking of a switch to open the fuse connection, but I'm concerned about generating faults that need resetting. Does the fault reset automatically when you replace the fuse?
Yes. Removel of power from a system isn't actually a error fault. The BeCM will simpli inform you that the system is down. An actual fault requires a system to be operational and a sensor to log something out of range.
 

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rrtoadhall said:
By hte wy, it also kills the EAS so make sure you are at wading mode before pulling the fuse.
Seriously? i can't see how those are related except maybe for the speed reading that governs automatic height changes
 
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