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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-12-2009, 07:22 AM
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QUOTE (Jungle_s14 @ Apr 11 2009, 08:17 PM)
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is there a way to have traction control off when the car starts?
KP Technologies (Link) makes an add-on module that alows you to start with the TCS or VCS off.

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TCS tends to come on for me when driving on one particular freeway on-ramp (Doncaster Rd city-bound) for no particular reason.

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yeah mine used to come on all the time at no aparent reason , so it was just a reminder to keep the fucka turned whilst driving.
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Mine used to come on for NO REASON and go me kinda paranoid something is fucked up.

I took it to nissan and they did a full system check and clean the sensor, since then it has never happen again

They charge me $300 for it
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G'day everyone,

Someone suggested we pop in and mention that it is now possible to tune the VDC system and its sensitivity overall. This includes its sentitivyt to differential wheel speed.

http://eemotiv.com/

Happy to answer any related VDC, TCS or suspension tech questions as well.

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Turn off traction control and it goes away
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