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This is a discussion on TCS Control Module within the Computer & Tuning forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I am interested in buying a SLP traction control module. I was wondering what the benefits from street use would ...

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    I am interested in buying a SLP traction control module. I was wondering what the benefits from street use would be. In the SLP product description it just talks about track use. Also does any one know where this would plug in and mount in my car (2000 Trans Am)

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    I just installed one of these, myself. All you have to do is pull the TCS trim out of the console, unplug the TCS switch from the trim, then plug the harness into the switch. Thats it! It took me all of 90 seconds. I don't think it's necessary to mount the logic module, since it's hidden in the console.

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    The only thing it does is reverse your tcs switch so it defaults to off.

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    Yep. Buddy of mine had to back up at the track and shut the car off so they could clear it. When he restarted the car ASR was on and forgot to turn it off before his run...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikaofazz View Post
    I just installed one of these, myself. All you have to do is pull the TCS trim out of the console, unplug the TCS switch from the trim, then plug the harness into the switch. Thats it! It took me all of 90 seconds. I don't think it's necessary to mount the logic module, since it's hidden in the console.
    I am having a little trouble installing this in my 2006 GTO. Did you have to run a power wire to the fuses? If so, did you use the accesory fuse? For some reason, mine is not working and I am just wondering if I am doing something wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1badls1m6 View Post
    I am having a little trouble installing this in my 2006 GTO. Did you have to run a power wire to the fuses? If so, did you use the accesory fuse? For some reason, mine is not working and I am just wondering if I am doing something wrong.
    I'm not sure about the TCS switch in GTOs. For f-bods it's literally a plug-and-play design. No wires to run. Surely there are some more GTO owners that can help you out! I couldn't imagine the design being that different, but who knows with GM these days...

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    I tried plugging it in without connecting a power source to it and it works. I don't know why it advises to connect it to the fuse box. Thanks for the tip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1badls1m6 View Post
    I tried plugging it in without connecting a power source to it and it works. I don't know why it advises to connect it to the fuse box. Thanks for the tip!
    Glad to hear it worked out!

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