Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2001 18:42:08 -0000
From: "SimonJ" <>
Subject: Re: how does TCS work?

> How does traction control work in a 93 9000 CSE? How would it help in > slippery situations like rain & snow? Does it apply power to the wheels with > the most traction? Thanks. > The TCS works by using the ABS sensors to detect wheelspin, then shutting the throttle momentarily to allow grip to be regained. Below a certain speed, it also applies the brake on the wheel that is spinning.

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