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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-16-2007, 08:20 PM Thread Starter
 
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traction control

So there are a few burnouts on line now of the 6.4 has anyone figured out if those had traction controll as option?

Bottom like is can it be turned off 100%
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-16-2007, 10:12 PM
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Most ford dont ever truly turn off most times you have to pull the fuss and it kills other things like the abs.

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The TCS has a dash switch to deactivate it if need be. So I am assuming it's turned completely off when deactivated.
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Yes it is completely deactivated when it is shut off. 6.4L Kid has traction control in his truck and he did a burn out for 30 seconds, lol.
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I have seen the dash switch...and yes, it can be turned off.

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My truck has traction control, and I just did a burnout similar to 6.0kids just to see if it would do it with t\c. Yep, if you turn it off it seems to me like it shuts it clear off.
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Yeah it turns it comply off if you hit the button. I done plenty of burnouts with thte new truck trust me there was no traction going on there.

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any videos of the dpf off?
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any videos of the dpf off?
I will man, to busy with work and *****, hopfully I will get around to it this weekend.

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awsome... the way our armada and benz are set up, OFF mean nothing... once the car starts to spinn the computer shuts it off.. however on the armada if both tires start to spinn to will let them keep spinning...
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