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Bargeratt 06-07-2013 07:49 AM

ZL1 Traction Control
 
Question for my fellow ZL1 owners. I was driving down the road yesterday and turned off traction control and was just messing with switching around on the options. (no I was not dogging it around but just wanted to see if any difference in driving style} but it seemed like my traction control button got stuck down where I could not turn it back on. My gauges showed it as on but the button was stuck in the down position. Has anyone ever have this happen to them?:iono:

Bargeratt 06-07-2013 07:52 AM

By the way I pulled over and was about to head up to the dealership and hit it again and it went back to normal

BAD ZL1 06-07-2013 08:48 AM

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Originally Posted by Bargeratt (Post 6640507)
Question for my fellow ZL1 owners. I was driving down the road yesterday and turned off traction control and was just messing with switching around on the options. (no I was not dogging it around but just wanted to see if any difference in driving style} but it seemed like my traction control button got stuck down where I could not turn it back on. My gauges showed it as on but the button was stuck in the down position. Has anyone ever have this happen to them?:iono:

Ones button being stuck in the down position is a bit personal isnt it? :laugh:

But no, I have not had that happen. Maybe something sticky got spilled? I doubt it, I cant imagine having anything with sugar in my car.

Bargeratt 06-07-2013 09:37 AM

No nothing spilled in the car. I just like you refuse to have anything sticky in the car. Maybe will talk to the dealership to take a look at it especially the car only has 250 miles on it

Bargeratt 06-07-2013 09:38 AM

No nothing spilled in the car. I just like you refuse to have anything sticky in the car. Maybe will talk to the dealership to take a look at it especially the car only has 250 miles on it

BAD ZL1 06-07-2013 09:48 AM

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Originally Posted by Bargeratt (Post 6640883)
No nothing spilled in the car. I just like you refuse to have anything sticky in the car. Maybe will talk to the dealership to take a look at it especially the car only has 250 miles on it

Totally agree, I would take it in too, and stick around the dealership while its being looked at, lol..

Bargeratt 06-07-2013 09:52 AM

I got you.. I do not like it out my sight for sure


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