Probably because you have the ETS turned off.
Normally the (Electronic Traction Control) ETS light is on when the ETS is turned off. Make sure the ETS is on and not off when driving at all times winter or summer.
Check that your air sensor is plugged in/connected to where it should be - this is the most common reason for ETS light coming on
ETS stands for (Electronic Traction System) or as some call it Traction Control. Your Traction Control is simply turned off.
If these two lights come on together then the extra traction sensor is broken and needs to be replaced when the sensor is fixed the check engine light will go off and the ets light will work properly again.
ETS is connected to your ABS. ETS is a traction control and is linked to your ABS so to get your ETS light off you'll probably have to fix your ABS to get the light off. On mine, fixing a broken wire on my ABS plug which runs into the hub fixed my problem.
it means you have your traction control turned off Enhanced Traction System
It is supposed to. ETS (Enhanced Traction System) is turned on and off with that switch. Leave it on. The system is on and working when the light is off.It is supposed to. ETS (Enhanced Traction System) is turned on and off with that switch. Leave it on. The system is on and working when the light is off.
These systems are called Traction Control or in your case Enhanced Traction System. It is either on or off. Yours is turned off, thus the off light.
ok. see the button with the wheels on it near the dimmer switch. It says ETS on it. push and it will light up.
When there is a failure that sets the check engine light, the vehicle responds by going into a limp mode. This means traction control and ETS are automatically turned off for safety and to prevent further problems with the vehicle.
It means your traction control is turned off. Should be a button for it on the side of your shifter.