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Traction control on or off when racing ?

This is a discussion on Traction control on or off when racing ? within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; If you have a little buttton by the ash tray that says TCS or ASR, then you do.. if you ...

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    If you have a little buttton by the ash tray that says TCS or ASR, then you do.. if you have a little cubby hole.. then you don't.. kinda hard to miss. And yes, you turn it off when its running.. its a toggle switch.
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    If you pulled the plug from the back of the switch would that disable it? I don't have TC now, but if I thought of that when I had my 02 with it I would have tried it.

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