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99 cobra traction control

I can push the traction control button and it won't come on. Say your coming off a side road and you want to get out of the way and go to hit 2nd the light kicks on and the cars acts like it wants to stall out. And starts to back fire. And if your going striaght and get into it, it doesn't do that.

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Unfortunately thats just the way the traction control system works. My buddy's saleen hollywood does the same thing. Kind of pointless on a performance car. My advise is to turn it off before you enter the road. Just remember that everytime you start your car it will turn the system back on.

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