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Old 10-12-2014, 08:56 PM   #1
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Was shifting between second and third called shut off briefly n I saw traction sign light up n then car accelerated again?


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Was shifting between second and third called shut off briefly n I saw traction sign light up n then car accelerated again?


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Sounds like you spun a wheel and traction control was trying to slow you down.
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Lol was that all?


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SHOULD HAVE BOUGHT AN AUTOMATIC
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Wait why did it happen? I was shifting how I normally do


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You probably lost traction. The traction control kicks in and cuts power until you have grip again.

Nothing to be concerned about.
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Wait why did it happen? I was shifting how I normally do


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Were you pushing the car, and do you have the stock gears? I've sometimes forgot to turn advance track off and even lighting up the tires between 1st and second I rarely had the tc light flash and cut me out. Shifting between 2nd and 3rd under normal shifting, even hard shifting shouldn't be enough to cut you out. I'm running 3.73s and a 91r and really couldn't break it loose enough for TC to take over and cut me off. I can churp the tires from 2nd to 3rd but if the pavement is dry its not enough for the car to cut me off. There might be something up. Normal shifting between 2nd and 3rd shouldn't require TC to take over.

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You probably lost traction. The traction control kicks in and cuts power until you have grip again.

Nothing to be concerned about.

How did I lose traction on 20000 old wheels and on an on ramp?


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How did I lose traction on 20000 old wheels and on an on ramp?

Because they're 20000 old and you were on a ramp? Kinda answered your own question brotha.


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Were you pushing the car, and do you have the stock gears? I've sometimes forgot to turn advance track off and even lighting up the tires between 1st and second I rarely had the tc light flash and cut me out. Shifting between 2nd and 3rd under normal shifting, even hard shifting shouldn't be enough to cut you out. I'm running 3.73s and a 91r and really couldn't break it loose enough for TC to take over and cut me off. I can churp the tires from 2nd to 3rd but if the pavement is dry its not enough for the car to cut me off. There might be something up. Normal shifting between 2nd and 3rd shouldn't require TC to take over.

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I'm running stock gears and 91 bama tune. I've had this car over a year and I've never messed w the tc button. It's never happened. I was pushing it I guess but nothing out of the ordinary. What could be up w it?


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Because they're 20000 old and you were on a ramp? Kinda answered your own question brotha.


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But I was under control. I might've been reving a little on the high side but nothing crazy


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But I was under control. I might've been reving a little on the high side but nothing crazy


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A 2nd to third 3rd shift with 2.73s anywhere in the 6k rpm range and up will be next to impossible to break it loose enough to merit tc IMO. I remember with my 2.73s from a 2nd gear to 3rd shift at 6k plus I was travelling at around 115kms, no way I was breaking it loose enough, even power shifting to require TC. I'd keep an eye on it if I were you. Maybe someone will chime in on a possible issue. As habit now as soon as I start my car TC/advance track comes off, unless its raining.

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Should I keep it on? I've never turned it off since last year. Is this a dangerous situation?


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Should I keep it on? I've never turned it off since last year. Is this a dangerous situation?


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TC shouldn't be dangerous what so ever, its actually there to protect you. I'm just wondering if it was working correctly when that happened to you. Like I said earlier, even tuned with 2.73s and doing a full pull, Its unlikely that your car would have required TC when shifting from 2nd to 3rd on dry pavement. I would keep an eye on it, maybe you hit some lose gravel?.

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TC shouldn't be dangerous what so ever, its actually there to protect you. I'm just wondering if it was working correctly when that happened to you. Like I said earlier, even tuned with 2.73s and doing a full pull, Its unlikely that your car would have required TC when shifting from 2nd to 3rd on dry pavement. I would keep an eye on it, maybe you hit some lose gravel?.

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I don't know. There have been times where i needed to do some hard accelerating and it kicked in when i didn't want to and i couldn't accelerate like i needed to, no joke i have been in that circumstance lol.
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You're going to lose traction on a wet uphill road if youre trying to accelerate hard. Happened to me today while I was in gear 2, as soon as I floored it past 3k rpm, traction control light came on and I lost power. Uphill on a rainy night, 12 degrees, stock Pirelli summer tires.

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Oil on the road? Or gasoline?


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I never had my tc light on when I chip my tires. Doesn't matter I have tc on or off.

Also, while I'm launching. I feel like the car lose power or restricted the power while I let go the clutch too fast. I still have traction and no tire chipping. Car just squats a little and kinda stop the acceleration. No matter how hard I floor it.


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if it was just once I wouldn't worry about it.....slick spot on road, glitch in wheel sensor, tires getting worn.
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You hit a slick spot

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I don't know. There have been times where i needed to do some hard accelerating and it kicked in when i didn't want to and i couldn't accelerate like i needed to, no joke i have been in that circumstance lol.
I've had it where the car hesitates slightly under hard acceleration, but my TC light never came on. Maybe the OP just spun on oil/gravel ect. IMO its next to impossible to spin the tires between 2/3 enough to see the TC light with 2.73 gears on dry flat pavement.

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Every time I drive aggressively and shift from 2nd to 3rd, it kicks on my TC if I don't disable it.

In my experience, it seems like the faster you are going, the more invasive TC becomes. Going from 2nd to 3rd and shifting at 7500 RPM (about 85 MPH), I get a solid chirp and enough wheel spin to leave a small 3-5 foot #11 on most roads in dry conditions with TC off.

If I have TC on and do the same thing, the car seems to die for what seems like a few seconds before it goes again, whereas, going from 1-2 doesn't seem to be anywhere near as harsh when it comes to cutting the power.
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I was making a left turn into a freeway on-ramp, was in 2nd gear and then I did accelerate pretty good, shifted to 3rd and all of a sudden damn car goes crazy lol it took over all by itself and I saw the TC sign on the dashboard for a split second and then the car was under my control. I wasn't sure at the moment what it was, which is why I posted this thread ASAP. I must have been going nowhere near 70 mph, maybe 50-60 mph range.
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Every time I drive aggressively and shift from 2nd to 3rd, it kicks on my TC if I don't disable it.

In my experience, it seems like the faster you are going, the more invasive TC becomes. Going from 2nd to 3rd and shifting at 7500 RPM (about 85 MPH), I get a solid chirp and enough wheel spin to leave a small 3-5 foot #11 on most roads in dry conditions with TC off.

If I have TC on and do the same thing, the car seems to die for what seems like a few seconds before it goes again, whereas, going from 1-2 doesn't seem to be anywhere near as harsh when it comes to cutting the power.
You can leave a 3-5' patch at 85mph with a 3.7 and stock 2.73s????

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I was making a left turn into a freeway on-ramp, was in 2nd gear and then I did accelerate pretty good, shifted to 3rd and all of a sudden damn car goes crazy lol it took over all by itself and I saw the TC sign on the dashboard for a split second and then the car was under my control. I wasn't sure at the moment what it was, which is why I posted this thread ASAP. I must have been going nowhere near 70 mph, maybe 50-60 mph range.
During a turn with hard acceleration it could cause your car to break loose. Sounds more like it was just doing its job. I wouldn't worry.

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During a turn with hard acceleration it could cause your car to break loose. Sounds more like it was just doing its job. I wouldn't worry.

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Yeah, don't worry about it. Accelerating during a hard turn, sounds like it should definitely engage TC.
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Your TC probably saved your butt.
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