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Old 10-17-2006, 01:57 PM
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AdvanceTrac

from page 217 of the 2007 owner's manual ...










The AdvanceTracwith RSC system automatically turns on each time the engine is started, even if it was turned off when the engine was last shut down. The “sliding car” icon which is located with the warning lights in the instrument cluster will illuminate during bulb check at initial start-up and then go off. This tells you that the system is normal and active.





The "sliding car" icon, which is just to the right of the odometer, does not illuminate during bulb check on my 2007 Expedition. It does illuminate when the dash button for AdvanceTrac is pushed.

Anyone else have experience with this or would you mind taking a look at yours?

























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