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Traction control lights are on

Just want to know how to reset the traction control on my car

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If you dont mind loosing radio codes, etc.
battery neg , resets it all , and they owners cry./.....

the dealer has a special too to reset it, no collateral damage.
open glove box, extract the oper guide. search for word
CODE, all those will be lost, at battery net lug pull.
so get all the codes first.
write them down, so when the battery dies, you dont need to beg for codes no one can give ,cept the dealer.

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