Traction control off

Asked by May 02, 2017 at 05:50 PM about the 2016 Lexus ES 350 FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hi!! While driving my car automatic shows Traction
Control Off, is there problem on my wheel?? Or
what can be

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You do not need the traction control in the summer time. It is designed for slippery conditions, like snow. There should be a button to turn the traction control on or off.

Lexus es350 2007 I've tried every way with no success. This one works. Start car and complete the “Pedal Dance” within 30 seconds of engine start Cycle 1: - Press parking brake - Press brake pedal and release TWICE - Release parking brake Cycle 2: - Press brake pedal and hold - Press parking brake and release TWICE - Release brake pedal Cycle 3: - Press parking brake - Press brake pedal and release TWICE - Release parking brake . Success: Yellow “Trac Control” icon will display on dash indicating it is disabled. . Trac control will re-enable itself after next engine restart (there is no permanent fix)

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