My personal opinion on the traction control is that is is pretty much useless, if you know how to drive. I live in snow country and have traction control on my car. To me it is a hindrance. All it does is cut out high rpm's of the engine when on slippery surfaces, so the tires are not spinning. The idea is when a person takes off from a stop in snow or on a slippery surface the tires may be on, it slows the rotation of the tire so it can gain traction to get moving. Traction control has nothing to do with the suspension.
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