because it cuts off the throttle to idle, sometimes you want a little wheelspin. I find when the car is in deep snow i'd also like to shut it off and use my devices to decide how much gas it needs. I generally like it but in real low traction situations I want more power going to the wheels then it allows. I'll try jumpering the two wires and see what it does.Robster said:Datsa Noydb said:I must not understand how traction control works, because my mind is askingjroden said:there's no switch to turn off the traction control on my 07 AWD, is it hidden somewhere? If I put a switch on the wire leading to that fuse, would it just defeat the TC or would the VSC also not work, if this thing has it. I want it off sometimes, it in deep heavy snow or when pulling another car out of the ditch
"why would you NOT want all available traction when pulling another car out of the ditch?" ???
I was thinking the same thing.