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Old 01-13-2011, 08:28 AM
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Question 02 V6 and TCS?

2002 V6 With traction control on, when pulling from a stop under normal acceleration First gear shift extremely hard. Harder than I'm used to. With TCS off acceleration seem smoother, still harder than I'm used to.

Now the Car is new to me. I just picked it up. I know that the Auto transmissions had some issues. My question to all of you that have experience with TCS on your cars, is do you find that 1st gear shifts harder with TCS. Or am I looking at some Transmission problem? May seem like a silly question yet I know nothing about TCS. Can't seem to find a good explanation on how the system works. I know that it will work with ABS, ECU and other systems to limit power and apply braking to stop wheel spin. Any ideas would be a great help. I have no TCS light on, no CEL light on, no ABS light on.

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