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I have a 1997 Lincoln Continental with traction control problems

The traction control is on and can not be shut off. Is there some way I can just disable it?

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    traction control problems on 1997 caddlac deville

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The 97 continental has the button on the left side of the steering wheel which turns the trac control on and off.

If the button doesn't work then all you can do is either take out the fuse for it or get it fixed so the button does engage/disengage it...

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You should be able to go into the menu and turn off the traction control. you will have to turn it off everytime you restart the vehicle

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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    warlock61 Dec 23, 2008

    you should be able to go into the menu and turn off the traction control. you will have to turn it off everytime you restart the vehicle

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