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    Fitting traction control button

    I will be attempting to fit one of these to my sri-turbo on sunday so ive been reading through the how-to guide and in step 4 "locate the correct pin depending on your vehicle" pin 31 traction control only, pin 25 traction control & EPS which pin is the one i need to use?? The guide uses pin 31 do i just follow this?

    Link for how-to:
    http://www.astraownersclub.com/docum...l/tcswitch.pdf

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    You have posted the answer. Use Pin 31 if your car has traction control only, or if your car has TC and ESP you use pin 25 instead.

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    Ahh got ya. How will i know what the car has got?

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    you've got both

    From the SRi-T brochure
    • Electronic Stability Programme (ESP)
    • Electronic anti-lock braking system (ABS)
    • Electronic traction control with two-wayintervention

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    Cool cheers mate.

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