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Old 06-10-2011, 09:14 AM   #1
Scott 108
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Traction Control Module

I have a 2005 Focus with traction control. I know that when I press the button, that it does not completely turn off at low speeds. I have seen that people say "get a tune," and that that will get rid of it, but i have also heard that those also do not completely get rid of it. I don't want to do the toggle switch because I want to retain my abs. I was wondering if buying the abs module that didn't have traction control would work in my car. Would there be any downsides, or would it throw any codes?

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