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    Traction control switch

    Ok this has probly been done multiple times, but im looking at getting the switch put in. i have the panel, just not the actual switch. do some astras come with the plug from the loom already wired in? i have a blue plug under the ash tray and two other plugs (heated leather seats). also does anybody know how many wires the traction control plug has?
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    Some have half the wiring in place, there will be 3 wires in the plug
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    i have a blue plug hidden under there, its got 5-6 wires tho???
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    I think that one is for cars fitted with automatic transmission.

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