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How to install a steering wheel pad switch assy 84250-33190-co on a lexus 2008 es 350

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There is no asstton* on the 2008 ES350 to switch off the traction control (( pain in the *** when it snows+slippery )).

From forums online, and I\'ve personally tested/used this...

Keep the hand brake on (( its near the left leg )) when u switch on the car... And in the next few seconds, hit and release the brake twice, then
keeping your leg on the brake pedal, release the hand brake, and put it on again (( twice, your right leg on the brake all this while )), and then when the hand brake is on, hit and release the brake twice...

You will need to do this only immediately after the car starts, and it needs to be done in under 30 seconds (( from forums, never needed more than 10 seconds to do the whole thing ))..

They do not recommend it cause apparently, the torque generated can cause the wheels to spin so much that it causes tires to burn out soon... Good luck!

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The switch is up underneath the dash, to the right of the steering column and the amber LED light for the footwell. It's best to stick your head under the dash to see it.

Hope this helps

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