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1999 mustang gt's traction control switch not working

My limited edition 1999 mustang gt's traction control wont turn off anymore. i had it off and was doing a burnout then that night i fired it up and pressed the traction control switch too come too find out it wont turn off anymore... how can i get it too work again.. or just turn it off all the time.

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Its probably the switch.... try replacing the switch, or just pull the abs/traction control fuses

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