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Traction control button does not work how do I fix it ?

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All you can do is check for codes with a code reader

You may have maufacturer codes stored & would need
a professional scanner

Without the Factory Diagnostic Manuals you need, if you
plan on working on your own vehicles,your not going to fix it

Posted on Oct 27, 2012

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