Traction control systems, on current production vehicles, are typically (but not necessarily) electro-hydraulic systems designed to prevent loss of traction (and therefore the control of the vehicle) when excessive throttle or steering is applied by the driver. Although similar to the Electronic Stability Control systems, the Traction Control systems do not have the same goal as them. The intervention can consist of any, or all, of the following: Retard or suppress the spark to one or more cylinders Reduce fuel supply to one or more cylinders Brake one or more wheels Close the throttle, if the vehicle is fitted with drive by wire throttle. The brake actuator, and the wheel speed sensors, are the same as that used for anti-lock braking systems. Additional information : The Enhanced Traction System is an all-speed engine based traction control system used by General Motors Corporation in many of their models. "From the Service Manual: Enhanced Traction System (ETS) The Enhanced Traction System (ETS) is designed to limit wheel slip during acceleration. This objective is accomplished by cutting fuel to selected cylinders, retarding spark and upshifting the transmission. The EBCM monitors wheel speed slip through the ABS wheel speed sensors and determines the desired torque reduction needed to minimize wheel spin. The torque reduction the EBCM requests may result in a combination of fuel cutoff, spark retard, and upshifting the transmission, depending on the torque reduction required. This request is sent from the EBCM through the serial data link to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). The PCM then calculates and employs fuel cutoff and spark retard values to achieve the requested engine torque. If the EBCM determines that the engine torque reduction is not sufficient to minimize wheel spin, it will request a transmission upshift. The ETS will be enabled when the ETS switch is in the ON position (TRAC OFF indicator not illuminated), the engine coolant temperature is within normal operating range and the manifold air temperature is within normal operating range. There are a number of reasons that the ETS will be inhibited or disabled. * INHIBITED: Not all modes of ETS are available. i.e.: no spark retard, but transmission upshifts are still available. * DISABLED: No ETS modes are available Some of the items that can inhibit or disable ETS are: * ETS OFF switch is in the OFF position. (Disabled) * EBCM senses a valid brake switch input. (Disabled) * Park brake is engaged. (Disabled) * Catalytic converter temperature rises above the normal operating range. (Inhibited) * Engine coolant temperature is not within normal operating range. (Inhibited) * Manifold air temperature is not within normal operating range. (Inhibited) * PCM sets a DTC that turns on the CHECK ENGINE lamp. (Inhibited or Disabled) * PCM sets a Failure Record that does NOT turn on the CHECK ENGINE lamp. (Inhibited or Disabled) * EBCM sets a DTC C1221, C1222, C1223, C1224, C1225, C1226, C1227, C1228, C1232, C1233, C1234, and/or C1235 (any wheel speed sensor DTC). (Disabled) Refer to Self-Diagnostics for more information. ETS OFF Switch The ETS OFF switch is a momentary contact switch. The ETS OFF switch enables or disables the enhanced traction system. When the EBCM needs to illuminate the TRAC OFF or LO TRAC indicators, it will transmit a signal (via serial data link) to the Electronic Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC) and the IPC will illuminate the indicator. The amber TRAC OFF indicator will be illuminated when ETS is disabled or when the driver switches ETS off with the ETS OFF switch. As a bulb check procedure, the EBCM will command the ETS indicator ON for 3 seconds when the EBCM receives power (ignition in ON position). With the ignition in the OFF or START positions (loss of serial data), the IPC will illuminate the ETS OFF indicator lamp. The amber LO TRAC indicator will be illuminated to alert the driver of a low traction situation and to inform the driver the ETS is operating. As a bulb check procedure, the EBCM will command the LO TRAC indicator ON for 3 seconds when the EBCM receives power (ignition in ON or START positions). With the ignition in the OFF position (loss of serial data), the IPC will illuminate the LO TRAC indicator. " I found the above information in http://www.gaownersclub.com/forum/showthread.php?s=0e40c3fe48fba12fdcf38f4fbbf2a878&threadid=92&goto=nextoldest
ETS stands for Enhanced Traction System. This is GM's version of Traction Control.
ETS on a GT means Enhanced Traction System (ETS) or Traction Control.
Enhanced Traction System.
ETS means ENHANCED TRACTION SYSTEM or what is commonly called, (Traction Control) The button is used to turn it off and on. Leave it on.ETS means ENHANCED TRACTION SYSTEM or what is commonly called, (Traction Control) The button is used to turn it off and on. Leave it on.
Enhanced Traction System or Traction Control.
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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.
ETS means ENHANCED TRACTION SYSTEM or what is commonly called, (Traction Control) The button is used to turn it off and on.
It stands for "enhanced traction system "
it means you have your traction control turned off Enhanced Traction System
It stands for Enhanced Traction System, and it helps both tires during slippery conditions.
The enhanced traction system, or ETS, on a vehicle allows for better handling in certain weather conditions. DIY repairs for these systems are generally not recommended; they should be done by a qualifiedÊmechanic.
it is a enhanced traction service light simple sensor
Enhanced Traction System. It usually indicates that your traction control is turned on, or in some cars, that it's actually working to keep your car from losing control.
ets is enhanced traction system ... pretty much, it prevents the wheels from slipping and increase traction (obviously) but, its wicked fun to turn off because the tires spin out essentially, the way this works is that the system reduces engine output ... so there you go
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.
ETS is Enhanced Traction System is used to stop wheel slip thru reducing engine output. There is almost no instance where you would need to turn this off. Leave it alone and leave the ETS on.
ETS stands for (Electronic Traction System) or as some call it Traction Control. Your Traction Control is simply turned off.
retardation of spark to any one or two of the engine cylinder....when the wheel understeers or oversteers during turningEnhanced Traction System...
ETS means ENHANCED TRACTION SYSTEM. You need to have the ECU scanned and see what codes come up. With these codes an expert can diagnose the cause of the problem.
Check engine light is for telling you that there is A problem with the fuel injection or emissions system, Most of the time there is no major problem to really wory about. ETS is the light for the Enhanced Traction system (traction control) This is not A vital component of your car.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Both of those said, I suggest you take your car to A repair shop to have it checked out to determine the problem.
Read your owner's manual. The ets is the traction control, and the light means it is turned off. Enhanced traction control used the ABS system improve your vehicles traction by slowing an individual wheel down ( slipping wheel will spin ) thus applying more power to the one with better grip and the speed sensors monitor all four wheels to make sure that one is not spinning much faster than the rest.
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
No, The ETS system only takes over when it detects wheel spin. It may even improve fuel efficiency because it prevents wheel spine, because lost traction is lost power and lost fuel. The ETS slows down your wheels when they spin out of control so you can regain traction. You can leave the ETS on all the time it will have no effect on your fuel efficiency. ItsJustMe.
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.
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