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Old 04-22-2007, 07:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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need advice on my 330

does any one else who has a 330. tell me if when they turn there traction control of its still in some way still on cuz how ever hard a push my car the wheels wont spin and some times if i corner to fast it goes to like safty mode wer it under powers just for the rest of the gear. and just say if i wanted to do a burnout or a dounut me car just wont do it. does any one no the reason or is just the way the car is built cheers peeps
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try holding the DSC button down for 5 seconds or more
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Yup, DirtyTool is a smart guy. The engine intervention function of DSC can be disabled by simply pressing the button on the console and reactivated by pressing again. But this will only affect the engine intervention function.

If you want to deactivate DSC's brake modulation function, press and hold the DSC button until the light stays on. This will not fully disable the brake modulation function -- it will only roll its operational parameters very far forward.

Depending on your year, you may have to turn the car off and turn back on, to restore original DSC function...if later, simply pushing the DSC button will restore DSC back to normal parameters.
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