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Discussion in '360/430' started by Prancing_Horse, Mar 11, 2004.
what is this button for?
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Traction control I think. Thats what the button for TC looks like on my Vette.
Looks like a fun button to me , the instant wheelspin button
I'm surprised the button is not worn out by now ...
I don't know, I don't have that button. Mine comes w/ a stick + ball & 2 horses
It for slippery conditions. It starts you out in 2nd gear.
Hope that helps,
I rewired it into an ejection passsenger seat just in case someone gets in with food or drink.
LOL! Helluv an idea!
But then wouldn't they spill as they get shot out of the car?
It's for raising and lowering ride height before and after running over a pedestrian (shown as a stick figure on the button).
It is for slippery conditions and does indeed start you of in 2nd gear.
It's the release for curvey lines out of the back of the car
You think correctly. It IS a traction control button mainly for use in slippery conditions. You may want to read your book before getting into trouble. I can't see myself driving mine under those conditions.
Thats the low-friction button and I believe its to be used in slippery conditions. The ASR button is traction control isn't it...?
Indeed for sliperry conditions. Apart from starting in 2nd it also upshifts around 4-5k RPM and doesn't let you downshift if the engine would rev higher than that.