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In direct answer to your question, it is doing what it was designed to do: That system is designed to react to your tires/wheels turning/rotating at a different rates than each other. During normal driving there are many times that the wheels on one side of the vehicle will rotate at a different rate than the other, such as going thru curves or turning. The electronic sensors to that system do not determine precipitation or temperature, only a variance in tire/wheel rotation. That is why they put the switch on your console. You, the driver, know the conditions you are driving in. If you are driving in normal conditions there is no need to have it on. You are doing what you are suppose to do by turning it off when the conditions won't require it and when you feel the conditions do need it by turning it on.
In direct answer to your question, it is doing what it was designed to do: That system is designed to react to your tires/wheels turning/rotating at a different rates than each other. During normal driving there are many times that the wheels on one side of the vehicle will rotate at a different rate than the other, such as going thru curves or turning. The electronic sensors to that system do not determine precipitation or temperature, only a variance in tire/wheel rotation. That is why they put the switch on your console. You, the driver, know the conditions you are driving in. If you are driving in normal conditions there is no need to have it on. You are doing what you are suppose to do by turning it off when the conditions won't require it and when you feel the conditions do need it by turning it on.

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원문 게시자: ABCellars ,

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In direct answer to your question, it doing what it was designed to do: That system is designed to react to your tires/wheels turning/rotating at a different rates than each other.  During normal driving there are many times that the wheels on one side of the vehicle will rotate at a different rate than the other, such as going thru curves or turning. The electronic sensors to that system do not determine precipitation or temperature, only a variance in tire/wheel rotation. That is why they put the switch on your console. You, the driver, know the conditions you are driving in. If you are driving in normal conditions there is no need to have it on. You are doing what you are suppose to do turning it off when the conditions won't require it and when you feel the conditions do need it turning it on.

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