That's your Traction Control. It's technically called ETS - Enhanced Traction System. There are only a few circumstances where the "Trac Off" (aka traction off) light will come on, which, of course, means your traction control system is turned off.
The reasons it will come on:
If you're driving in 1st or 2nd gear (assuming your car's an automatic; I don't know if this is the same in sticks), or if you have your emergency brake on while the engine is running.
Sometimes the "Trac Off" light might come on if you're on a VERY bumpy road, but it won't stay on for long - at least it shouldn't. If the "Trac Off" light comes on and stays on and you're NOT in 1st or 2nd gears, and your emergency brake is NOT in use, then you need to get it looked at because that's not normal.
The "Low Trac" (aka low traction) light will come on when you're on slippery roads and your tires start spinning. That's normal. It helps limit wheel spin. It'll go off again when your tires find traction again. I experience this most in snow and ice. Also, on rainy roads, if I'm stopped at an intersection and then pull out a bit too fast & the tires start spinning, the "Low Trac" light will come on briefly, but will go back off once I gain traction again. Again, if this, too, stays on constantly even in dry road conditions, you need to get it looked at because it's not normal.
That answer probably did help, but there's certainly more. The question doesn't state a year model, but around the 200-2005 models the traction light will come on if (1) one of the 4 abs sensors is bad, or if the wiring harness to those sensors is broken. They are bad for broken wiring harnesses to the abs. AC Delco (and probably others) sell a plug to replace the factory plug to the abs wheel sensor and it has about 2-3 feet of wire as a pigtail. You'd be looking for the wire that plugs into the hub assembly if that is your problem, it runs along the a-frame inside a protective sheath.
Problem with the ABS.
96 Z with ASR. First time I saw it was right after I bought it on wet pavement. Low Trac means loss of traction.Take your foot out of it or you'll see the "Hold On" light...
Turn signals, wipers, high/low beam
In a 1997 Ford Explorer : Control Trac is Fords name for the 4x4 system , with the 2 speed transfer case ( it has a LOW RANGE that can be used off-road )
it means that your tires are spinning or your in first or second gear its just telling you that your traction control is readin that you have low traction
Trouble code P1120 means: Throttle Position Sensor A Out Of Range Low (Ratch too low)
The low trac light in your car means your vehicle has low traction. The wheel sensors have detected wheel spin and the engine power reduces to prevent wheel spin.
Low Trac means Low Traction. if the light goes on, it means your car noticed that your wheels are spinning. Especially in winter, slow down and let your wheels grip the road. Spinning tires will make ice beneath it.
It probably means your tired pressure is low and your traction control is not working properly (or thinks it isnt) because of the low tire pressure.
that means the traction is low. your tires are slipping. check to see if you need tires. or might be a slippery road perhaps even snow.
Only if it's so low that the bearings ovrheat and sieze the engine.
This light will come on when you turn the Traction Control off, or if there is a problem with the system. I would check your front wheel bearings. Are any other lights comming on, low tire pressure anti lock brakes? or maybe pressing the trac button under the shifter
this may be a relay problem just a guest but the turn signals and the hazards carry separate ts switch on most vehicle (not all)
1.having low noise as compare to analog. 2.using TDMA Iinstead of FDMA techniques used in analog. 3.in digital signals regenrative repeaters are used at every regeneration point of the signals so low loss of signals are there as compare to analog signals
The Trac Off light will come on if you push the traction button located below the automatic gear shifter. If driving and the light comes on, as well as the check engine light, then there is a malfuntion with the system. If low trac comes on, it means just that. You have low traction! Hope this helps :)
Either your oil pressure gauge is reading low , your engine temperature gauge is reading high , or your fuel gauge is reading low so your almost out of gas
The low trac light in your 1998 Chevy Cavalier means your vehicle has low traction. Low traction means the sensors have detected wheel spin and the engine power reduces to prevent wheel spin. You may have a bad wheel sensor.
LO WASH means you are low on windshield cleaner fluid.
Hi and low beam headlights tail and brake light turn signals license plate mount and mirrors
I doubt that running out of gas will my the low trac light come on. I own an 02 Cavalier, and the trac light has to do with the amount of traction you have on any given surface. If you know a mechanic I would have them check it out.
Over the years it has been rear wheel drive , 4x4 with Fords Control Trac system that has a low range on the transfer case , and all wheel drive
When this occassionally happens to me, I just turn off the ignition and then restart. This usually remedies the problem. A low level in the brake fluid reservoir will also cause the trac lite to come on. Low level brake fluid mostly was the caused of the problem. Add brake fluid and tap the brake plastic container a couple of times to reset the VSC light.
If you mean between the players on a team, then the signals have to be learned by all of your teammates. Once everyone learns what they mean then they will know to look for them and what they mean. As for "How do you execute them?" Very quickly. It's a fast sport. What really works better than hand signals because you are busy watching the ball and the other players is voice signals. Agree on words that can be called out. "High", "Low", "Spike". Whatever words you want.
with vehicle engine running , put foot on brake pedal , shift to neutral , turn selector switch to desired setting , then put in gear / park etc ( Control Trac - electronic )
it means that your tires has little or no traction. The computer is corecting the probelm. (traction control fixes when one wheel is spinning faster than the other one.)