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Many years ago I was quite competitive in car rallies. I tried hard to get my Accent out of shape on a nasty, twisty, rough, badly cambered dirt road and although the EBS light on the dashboard was blinking like crazy the car held on extremely well. Very impressive indeed. I have it switched on all the time.
Can someone explain how to turn off traction control? I can't find the answer anywhere. I thought I saw everything there is to see on the dashboard.
i don't know if it is the same on the US model as it is on the canadian model, but to the left of the steering wheel on the dash you should have a pane of boxes allowing up to 6 buttons to be there (depending on features that came with your car) one of these will be a picture of a car with squiggly lines coming out behind it. push that button, a light will light up on your HUD in between the engine temp & gas level with the same picture and the word "OFF" under it. your traction control is now off.
i noticed the car only allows me to enable / disable traction control if the car is fully stopped so do this when the car isn't moving otherwise it likely wont do anything at all.
push again to enable traction control once again.
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