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Q: How do I turn off the TRAC system?

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How do I turn off the TRAC system?

A: The TRAC or traction control system is desi...

The TRAC or traction control system is designed to help you stay in control on the road. There may be times you need to shut it off, such as if you get stuck in the snow or mud.

  1. Locate the TRAC button on the left side of the dashboard. It has an image of a car with tracks on it.

  2. Push the button to turn off TRAC.

  3. Press the button a second time to turn it back on.

  4. Press and hold the button for longer than three seconds to turn off TRAC and the vehicle stability control system.

  5. Press the button again to turn both systems back on.

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