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How do you disable the slip sensor or electronic stability control on a 1999 nissan cedric y34?

Hi all, I cannot find where to pull the fuse or how to disable the electronic stability control or ECS, it is very annoying as when I drive around a right hand corner (only right hand, not left hand) it kicks in and puts the brake on on the left hand front wheel and actually makes it more dangerous. I can disable the traction control by pressing the button to the left hand side of the steering wheel but this does not stop the ECS from kicking in, engine is vq30det, Nissan Cedric Y34 1999

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