Q: How do I partially turn off the electronic stability control (ESC)?

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How do I partially turn off the electronic stability control (ESC)?

To partially turn off the electronic stability control (ESC), briefly press and release the “ESC Off” switch on the instrument panel. The ESC Warning Light will illuminate to let you know that the system is partially off.

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