Question about 2003 Ford Mondeo
Posted by Anonymous on
If it comes on occasiionally, you obviously are driving on some slick surface. When it senses the slip, it automatically engages the traction control.
Even minor slippage will engage the traction control, like turning a corner, and one wheel slipps a little. If the light is constantly on, you have hit the switch for the Traction Control.
Posted on Mar 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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