I have a Honda 2009 Fit Sport. when driving in a few inchs of snow it has now power appears like trackion control is on. Is there any way to turn it off. I don't see a trackion control switch

Asked by Dec 11, 2015 at 11:41 AM about the 2009 Honda Fit Sport

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What exactly is happening? If you have traction control it will cut power to the slipping wheel(s) trying to keep traction which may mean you just can't go anywhere.

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