traction control button

Cameron Strauss

Asked by Cameron Mar 08, 2010 at 06:19 PM about the 2007 Toyota Avalon Limited

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where i sthe traction control button on the 2007 toyota avalon??  limited

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Larry Quigley

Apparently there is no button. The system stays on until it is manually shut off. This process for the Lexus GS430 is supposed to work on the '06 Avalon so you can try it:

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Cameron Strauss

thanks man i have been tryin to figure it out for ever

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Larry Quigley

no problem man

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Push in e brake, start the car (this of course means having to touch and release the regular brake), then with e brake still down press and release brake, press brake again and hold, release ebrake, press in ebrake, release ebrake, press ebrake (leave it down), press brake twice and now the traction control light will come on in your dash. Sounds complicated but it works and has to be done shortly after starting. If you get it wrong, turn off car and try again. Personally I find the traction control to be very dangerous when pulling out in traffic and hitting one tiny spot of ice or snow and then everything seems to stop.

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