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DBS glowing red and ESC glowing yellow

Hit a retaining wall with the left tire. Now DBS is glowing red and ESC is glowing yellow and car seems to veer to the right. What should I do?

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Bottom line with this; you need to take it to a dealer mechanic...immediately! An abrupt change in handling due to damage spells an imminent safety concern!

Posted on Feb 16, 2014


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