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    traction control without sport mode

    i know i can turn it off by keeping hold of the sport button, but is there ANY other way? can i not buy a seperate switch?

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    on the mk2's you have to hold the button down

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    sorry to butt in can i put a normal switch and do a home made jobbie?

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    i want a switch! and i dont wana put sport on cos the fuel jus drops in minutes. there must be something that can be done....

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    we discussed this on VXROnline a while back and no-one had found a way to do it
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    wish i knew before today that i could turn the tc off by keeping the sport button pressed ive been struggleing in the bloody snow

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