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Dsc system fault

What is DSC System fault?

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THIS IS YOUR DYNAMIC STABILITY CONTROL MODULE ..PLEASE CHECK THE FUSES FOR THE DSC...IF THE FUSE IS GOOD THEN YOU HAVE DCS MODULE FAILURE...

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Where is fuse for DSC located and the unit if i have to replace it ?


the dsc system. [dynamic stability control] is part of the abs system you need to get the fault codes out of the system. the fuse is unlikley to be the problem, but it is in the underbonnet fusebox. a cheap basic eobd2 fault code reader should do which only will read codes from the engine control module, but codes from the abs is also logged in the ecm, on your xtype, the most likely reasons for your problem are, the 1.reluctor rings on the rear,2.one of the front abs sensors or the link leads, the fault code is the clue. hope this helps.

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DSC means "Dynamic stability control" it is caused by some kind of failure in the ABS/Stability control system, it all one system. You will need to seek a dealer or well equipped outside repair shop with proper tools and training to find out the exact cause of the warning light being on, they will use a special tool to scan the system for the fault code that is stored in the computer control module whenever this warning light is turned on.

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unhook the battery for about 15 minutes, that will reset the computer. if you have an anti-theft radio. make sure you know the code first.

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