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Old 11-27-2007, 06:24 PM
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My 2007 Expy is slowly driving me insane with the rsc and traction control. I like many others I'm sure know how to drive in inclement weather without the computer taking control of my vehicle. Is there anyone that knows how to disable the rsc and traction control. Not the fake hit the switch way. That only temporarily disables it, and only under 25mph. If I'm in deep snow losing momentum I would like to keep the tires spinning in the snow or mud. The engine losing it's power and brakes having a mind of their own is a source annoyance to me. Anyone please help.
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