2012 mustang 5.0 traction contrown proplem

Asked by Nov 15, 2016 at 04:05 PM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Driveing along and the car starts to shimey or twitch with the traction control on, I have shut the control off and it makes no difference. I have seen the traction control light on the dash on as well as the traction control warning light at the same time . I had the codes read today and it did not show any thing   It usually last about a mile then returns to normal  The warning light usually dose not come on . One time I was driving along an normal speed tan it happened for about 2oo feel twitching to the right and them returned to normal. there is no predicting when it will happen . or inducing it to happen . normally it is not under hard acceleration  

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Codes will not show, you clearly need the system looked at and serviced..

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