Question about Mini Cooper
Most likely the problem is you have a wheel sensor that is not working properly, the traction control system is constantly monitoring the wheel speed to make sure all wheels are spinning at the same speed if it sees one wheel speed up then it thinks it is slipping on the pavement like ice or snow then the system will apply a little brake or power witch ever is needed to stop that wheel from spinning. if the system constantly sees one wheel that is turning faster or slower then all the other wheels it will turn on the light and shut down the traction control system, by the way a low tire can set the system off.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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