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Have your wheel sensors check often right rear

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What maybe the problem i have a symbol of a car with wavy lines in top right hand corner as you are looking on dash board please help


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Traction Control or ESP:

Illuminates when the vehicle's traction control/anti-skid or electronic stability system is in use. Usually an indicator that conditions are slippery. Or has a problem an you need to take it for service !

Apr 20, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Does 4 wheel drive help you stop faster or is it just a traction device


Hi,
Four wheel drive is a traction devise. Not a braking devise.
So, no it will not help you stop faster.
That said, on slippery conditions when you let off the gas the extra, "traction" will help slow you down if you do not slide.
Hope this helps you out.
Wayne

Dec 30, 2010 | Chevrolet Blazer Cars & Trucks

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A TRIANLE WITH AN EXCLAMATION MARK INSIDE AND AN OUTER CIRCLE WITH A LITTLE ARROW AT THE END????


For today's typical high-torque engines, traction control (ASR) can increase both comfort and safety, particularly when driving on slippery roads or surfaces offering differing levels of grip. Traction control permits smooth starting and acceleration through the full speed range without wheel-spin or fishtailing.

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ASR only operates in conjunction with the electronic accelerator (E-gas) and uses components of the anti-lock braking system (ABS). If one wheel suddenly begins to rotate faster than the others (slip), ASR intervenes in the engine management system and reduces power until the wheel stops spinning.
The ASR system represents a further contribution to active safety as it maintains vehicle traction and directional stability throughout the acceleration phase at any speed. In addition, it reduces tyre wear. Activation of the ASR system is indicated by a flashing indicator lamp in the instrument cluster.


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Nov 29, 2010 | 2000 Volkswagen Passat 4Motion

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What is the T/C button on the dash?


Traction control controls spin in wheels on slippery roads. if you are stuck in snow or ice or on slippery road surface,try switching the traction control system off. this may allow excess wheel spin to dig the vehicle out.

Aug 16, 2010 | 2001 Mercury Sable

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The slippery road indicator is remaining 'on' continually. The security alarm goes off randomly if car is locked and also the front hood open indicator is intermittently coming on.


the slippery road indicter staying on.
is this lit yellow on the dash .if yes then i hazard a guess i would say you have turned off the traction control , you find this switch by the front ashtray in the centre console .

May 15, 2010 | 2006 Volkswagen Jetta

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What is the ets button for


ETS stands for Enhanced Traction System.
This is GM's version of Traction Control - it improves traction (to reduce likely hood of skidding) on slippery or loose surfaces.

Nov 15, 2009 | 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT

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On my 1994 Olds 98 the traction control shows off on dash all time, does it automatically come on when needed, something unhooked, etc?


There should be a button on the shifter to engage the traction control, it is a variation on abs where wheel speed in the drive wheels is monitored and brakes are used to slow down the faster moving one, which would probably indicate a loss of traction. Normal operating mode should be off, on for slippery or snowy weather.

Nov 05, 2009 | 1994 Oldsmobile Ninety Eight

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What does ETS mean and how to use it


Hello! ETS stands for Enhanced Traction System. It is a system that limits traction loss by utilizing the anti-lock braking system (ABS) to keep the tires from spinning on slippery or loose pavement. If you press the button, and the ETS light is illuminated on your instrument panel, that indicates that the system is disengaged. To engage the system, push the ETC button on the shift handle, and the light should go off. If it doesn't, that could be an indication that you have an ABS malfunction and you should have that diagnosed.

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Sep 30, 2009 | 1998 Pontiac Sunfire

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Want to know what a light means,and can i fix it myself


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If the warning light comes on and stays on, this indicates that traction with the road surface is reduced. Drive with caution. If this light flashes, it indicates that the DSTC system is working to restore traction to one or more of the wheels. Reduced Stability Control
If the green indicator light in the DSTC button goes out, DSTC has reduced effect because the system had been switched off with the button in the center console. The text DSTC SPIN CONTROL OFF will be displayed in the text window.

Jul 25, 2009 | 2005 Volvo XC90

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'98 SL2 Saturn Traction Control


Traction control helps limit tire slip in acceleration on slippery surfaces. In the past you had to feather the gas pedal to prevent the drive wheels from spinning wildly on slippery pavement. Many of today's vehicles employ electronic controls to limit power delivery for the driver, eliminating wheel slip and helping the driver accelerate under control. Don't turn it off.

Mar 09, 2009 | 1991 Saturn SL2

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