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What does trac off mean on a Chevrolet?

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2009-12-12 02:30:12
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All that means is that the traction control system is off or may need repair

also means that there is more likely a problem with the way the engine is running

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Trac off means your traction control is turned off.

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usually it means that something is wrong with it, but you'll probably have to look in the owner's manual

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It means you have turned the Traction Control off.

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The traction control system is turned off.

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It means that traction control was turned off or deactivated due to failure.

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The traction control system is turned off. If the abs light is also on, there is a malfunction.

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Your car is equipped with Traction Control. This light means it is turned off.

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The TRAC OFF light is usually caused by a problem in the ABS system. See the link TRAC OFF DESCRIPTION link below for more info.- TechJK -------------

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Do you mean"trac off"? this means the traction control is disabled

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I show a symbol with TC with a (slanted line through it) means Trac off for cars in Canada in my book. I would say look up Enhanced Traction System (ETS) for information. dlc

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You CAN NOT turn off the quadra trac this is an all wheel drive model. Selec trac has option for 2H 4 part time 4h N and 4L

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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 )

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There should be a button somewhere that turns it off. Question is, why do you want to turn it off? to the left of the steering wheel the are a few buttons. TRAC OFF press it, the TRAC light appears on the dash. FYI: the TRAC system can only be turned off up to about 20 mph.

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There should be a trac off button on the stearing wheel, when it is pushed to the off position, it makes the light come on. If it is set on the stearing wheel only when there is a issue with your tires should it come on. (Like if you going over very bumpy grounds)

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It is the button that temporarily turns traction control off.

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I assume you mean posi-trac rear end. Raise both drive wheels off the ground. Turn one wheel and if the other wheel travels in the same direction it is posi-trac.

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my trac off light comes on in my 2002 cavalier then the car cuts off, but will start back up minutes later then the check engine light will come on and they both stay on

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Trhe TRAC warning light is usually caused by a problem in the ABS system. See the link TRAC OFF DESCRIPTION link below for more info.- TechJK --------------------

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The "trac" button is for traction control. By default, traction control is always on unless you turn it off.

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Just press the Trac Control switch on your dash. It toggles traction control on/off. The location of the switch is shown in your owner's manual. Cheers


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