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Apologies in advance for this, but I think on my 2004 Rover, DSC/traction control is being used to emulate locking differential(s) to send power to the wheel that has most traction. Coming from a RWD BMWs, I often had to turn DSC off, as it would sometimes cut throttle off, while I needed that forward momentum, even with wheels spinning. If I do the same thing on my Rover, do I lose all of the off-road "secret sauce" that makes it so good in the slippery stuff?
 

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Not dumb i was just told by landrover to.switch it off when I drive over sand or I'll get stuck lol
 

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Interesting, thanks QatarRR! I wonder how the electronic trickery works then, with DSC OFF.
 
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