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On my 2007 explorer the brake engage when you put the car in drive and the rcs light comes on

Do you mean the RSC light ?
  • Roll stability control (RSC)/interactive vehicle dynamics (IVD)
  • Roll Stability Control (RSC)
    The roll stability control (RSC) system monitors the roll-rate sensor and existing stability assist sensors and calculates if the vehicle may be approaching a situation where rollover is probable. If such a situation exists, the RSC system applies preemptive action. When activated, the RSC system adjusts the brake torque at specific wheels in response to direct measurement of the vehicle roll motion. By adjusting brake torque, the system can reduce the cornering forces and, therefore, the total roll moment acting on the vehicle. Systems with RSC have an additional roll-rate sensor located within the sensor cluster and additional programming within the ABS module to help control the vehicle during sudden maneuvers.
    Information from the roll-rate sensor is fed into the ABS module. The computer uses information from the ABS wheel speed sensors, the throttle position sensor, the steering wheel angle, the steering wheel rate of change and a yaw rate sensor that measures the change in vehicle direction. If the computer determines from all these inputs that conditions exist for a potential roll over, the system applies one or more brakes and reduces engine torque to make the vehicle more stable.
    If the event is severe and the driver's foot is not on the brake, the brake pedal moves to apply higher brake forces. A whooshing sound can also be heard from under the instrument panel in an event this severe .
    I strongly suggest you have this vehicle towed to a ASE certified repair shop that knows this system !

    Sep 19, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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    2008 Explorer 2wd. "Service RSC Now" alarm goes off when you exceed 40mph. Extremely frustrating but only goes off when you go 40 or more. What could this be linked too?

    RSC stands for "roll stability control" a problem has been detected with the anitlock brakes. The only way to know what has happened is the vehicle must be scanned for trouble code(s). the code will allow the technician to know where the fault lies. it could be a speed sensor, steering sensor or one of many other things. Be advised, until you have repaired and code cleared, the ABS or antilock brakes will not work.It will not affect the running of the vehicle in any way but no ABS/RSC

    Nov 01, 2013 | 2008 Ford Explorer 2WD

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    The skidding tire symbol came on along with a bussing sound and a message" SERVICE RSC NOW' WHAT do I need to service this.

    RSC stands for "roll stability control". It means there is something wrong with your ABS braking system and other than not having ABS brakes it's safe to drive . Get it checked at your convenience.

    Oct 24, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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    RSC service now

    I appreciate any ideas that will help me diagnose what is tripping the warning light for the ABS/RSC system. I have a 2008 Explorer, 4x4 drive, with the V6 engine. It has just over 124,000 KM on it.
    The ABS RSC warning light and beeping occurs on occasion as well. If I go really easy on the brakes, all is well.
    I have Inspected all brake pads. They looks ok, . I have also inflated the tires so that they are perfectly equal.
    Both the ABS and the RSC warning lights turn on.When i check with one work shop, they scanned and they found B1342 error code, and they said i need to replace entire ABS system.
    Can anyone help?

    Mar 10, 2013 | 2008 Mercury Mountaineer

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    Alarm sound every 5 min for rsc problem. Probably a censor but I want to pull fuse to temp stop alarm until I can get van to the shop for permanent repair

    Sorry there is not a fuse for this, not even the noise maker. It is controlled by a computer.. There are fuses for them. most likely if you pull the fuse it will kill the engine.( No start).

    Jul 03, 2011 | Ford E-350 Cars & Trucks

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    How do i turn off tyre puncture warning on bmw 5 series

    When your typ BMW 5.serie is E60/61 confirm air tyre presure and reset RPA (reifen pannen anzaige) in to i-Drive menu/setting/car/RPA.
    When your typ BMW 5.serie is E39 ,here are systems used by the RDC and RSC!
    RDC confirm tyre value and a more settled ride system itself sets the RSC and the system would have had on the center tunnel RSC she button pressed the system will reboot.

    Jun 24, 2010 | 2002 BMW 5 Series

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