could be the speed sensors on the front wheels. They are magnetic pickups and after several years start attracting too much debris ( or the bearings are going). Causing the traction control and anti lock brake signal, (also service traction system when shutting off vehicle) Also mine broke a wire to the mag pickup on the passenger side. hard to discover. Inside the protective wire cover, one wire to the pickup failed open after several years of being worked back and forth. Solder and tape repaired it, but it will happen again.
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The traction control shouldn't affect the break system. The operation would only be affected by warmed rotors or bad calibers.
Slides until traction is restored
My friend is having the same problem with her 2011 Focus. They told her it was to do with the traction control kicking in. She said it occurred out of the blue and wasn't under extreme conditions or bad driving. Ford replicated the locking and traction control activation during a test, but they said it wasn't a steering or break issue.
The computer has detected a condition that indicates a fault with the ABS/Traction system. Typically that's caused by a wheel sensor problem, but it can also be caused by a faulty connector, peripheral device or the computer. The above is the shop or garage answear. How about telling us how to fix the problem , besides replacing the computer or wheel sensor? How do we check these things? Sometimes can be as simple as a short circuit in the rear break lights or a faulty connection in the break lights. You can start checking the break light system. Then the sensors and finally the compter.
To be 'in traction' means that you're out sorts. Or that your out of place. Kind of like the alignment of your spine or the break or fracture of an arm or leg.
You put the hand break on, turn the traction control off and avs, then, finaly find a switch called 4x4 and click it.
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The spider gears.
This turns off the traction control feature. Most people should not press this button. There are, however, certain situations in which it can be useful: 1) Useful during diagnosis of a mechanical problem. 2) As a workaround if a dangerous system problem with the traction control is known but repairs may need to wait a few days. 3) Enabling dynamometer testing (for power or emissions) on a 2 wheel drive vehicle. 4) On front wheel drive vehicle, to prevent cyclical gyrations of the power steering during excessive hard acceleration (machine controlled by negative feedback). 5) On rear wheel drive vehicles, expert driver may wish to use high torque to break traction for a controlled slide around a turn.
You only need to take a break when you want to get pregnant. There is no medical need to "take a break" from birth control.
They break the connection