"HOW TO" VDC Fully Disabled Button

Old 10-01-2018, 05:51 PM
Cesar Garcia
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Default Iím confused whit the Yaw sensor

I was looking for the YAW sensor on my 03 350z and i noticed that has been unplugged already. The fun thing about is that my VDC and Slip lights are not illuminated but they work because you can switch the VDC on and off whit the button and the light turns perfect. The Slip light works right too. So, I donít understand how my car still applying Traction control if the YAW sensor is not there anymore and everybody says that taking out the Yaw sensor is the best way to delete the traction control permanently. Please if somebody knows about this, let me know. Thanks.
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Old 10-01-2018, 07:36 PM
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Default Having issues with diff I think??

not sure if this is part of the thread but iím dying for help so Iím going to post here. I have a 2003 350z which I bought about 2 months ago. It drove totally fine for the 2 months, I changed the diff fluid right when I got the car, Iíve always thrown the car around and never had issues. Yesterday I drove it around, parked it outside my house. Same routine, pull up, E-Brake neutral turn car off. I got back in a few hours later started the car, pulled e brake down and Iím in First. The car all of a sudden feels like e brake is on (I can feel it wanting to move but not moving). I get out, rock the car back and forth and see it move 3-4Ē before I hear a clunk noise. Itís
definitely from the rear wheels/axle area but I have no clue. The car wonít drive at all, I need the help lol
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