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Date: Sun, 18 Jul 1999 13:07:28 +0200
From: "Daniel E. Schwarz" <danisnopsamnet>
Subject: TCS deactivation

Hi all! I've been reading the operating manual for my 'new' 9000T CSE 1992, and I see that the TCS can be deactivated by pressing the brake pedal down just enough to light the brake lights (page 54 of German-Language manual). Now... a) is this a work-around in case the TCS dies on me and wants to force me to limp home at walking pace? I don't mind driving home with the brake lights lit up, if necessary. b) What is it exactly that deactivates the TCS in this case? Is it the circuit which goes to the lights? Is it the fact that the brake pedal has been touched? Is is possible to lay a switch to short-circuit that circuit as an emergency measure when the TCS (or better - if...) decides it is going to quit? Is this a stupid question? I'm not the most talented electrical guy... See ya! DaniS

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