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

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

A: The electronic stability control (ESC) syst...

The electronic stability control (ESC) system helps keep your car stable when it is cornering, and when you are driving in dangerous weather conditions. If you would like to turn the ESC off, you can do so by pressing the ESC Off button. The ESC Off indicator will illuminate on the instrument panel to confirm this action.

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