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vehicle stability control and traction control work together so if one turns on the other usually turns on at the same time, the fact the engine light turned on as well makes me think it could be a voltage issue. possibly weak battery. tsc and trc are very sensitive to voltage changes and so are emission control on the engine. so in theory the low voltage would cause all three light to turn on. a generic drb2 would be able to scan the engine light code, so if it has anything pertaining to voltage I am sure that would be your problem
When TRC detects wheel spin in the driving wheels during acceleration it
automatically reduces engine power to suppress the spin and restore
traction. This ensures better power transfer to the road (saving fuel),
gives your tyres a longer life, and adds to overall safety. At the same
time, TRC also controls the brake system to reduce the torque
transmitted to the road, should it be higher than the road/tyre friction
there seem to be a short in the wiring. 1) tru turning the switch on ald off and check if it is the switch. 2) check the rely for the lights there may be a good chance this is the problem.The connections may be slack. 3) see of the bulbs are in securely,
Find and press your TRC button this turns the TR-action C-ontrol back on, and should turn off, the V-ariable S-tability C-ontrol light and the A-ntilock B-rake S-ystem light. If it does not rengage have the traction control switch checked