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PCS light came on but went off in a minute or 2. what does PCS stand for? n why would it jus come on n off?

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PCS= Precision Control System. It is ESC - electronic stability control. The system builds on the ABS and Traction Control, and applies the brakes to reduce the risk of fishtailing. You must have been trying to drift it : ) - it was telling you it was trying to stop what you were doing. It comes on and goes off, just like a low traction light comes on in snow and ice. Normal. Unless you were just driving straight. Then you need to go to the dealer and get the codes pulled.

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