When you get your car, it is all spelled out in the owners manual.Is there a way of turning the traction control off?
I was thinking about winter and needing to get through deep snow, traction control is a hindrance in deeper snow.
Could answer this myself if my car would ever get here.
I like to find an empty parking lot first snow and go crazy. Just slide around, go in circles. slam on the brakes, make the rear end slide out.[
Everyone should learn how to shut traction control off, and to safely explore its limits and benefits.
I feel like if I get into an accident with traction control off my insurance company will tell me to go  myself.[As an aside, my wife, ah, almost violently "questioned" me turning off the VSA, in deep snow. Perhaps some people should explain to all family members how and why and when to turn traction control off - before they need to! This in physics and engineering, not magic!!!!!!]
Stability control almost put my Focus into a center median last week; the car didn't behave "like it was supposed to". The quick wrist-flick is something I'd had to do many times with my TSX.... Everyone should learn how to shut traction control off, and to safely explore its limits and benefits.
I would assume that in an S model, just as with the other models, you can turn off traction control.I have a focus S and I dont have any steering wheel controls, so how would I go about turning off the traction control?