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Might if found a soft spot in the pavement or there was some gravel that the tires spun a little on? Figured since you've had it out for some dirt time you knew what happened when the TC kicks on...I've had this happen a few times on dry pavement when I go for a quick acceleration with a slight turn. Might be making one of the corners light enough for a little spinning that engages the TC.


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To me it is a fail safe. I am an aggressive driver, but drive to the limits of my vehicle. I turn it off when I need to, but it has saved my tail on more than one occasion, on the other Fords. Haven't had it make a correction on this one. Maybe I've just slowed down. I'd be moving to react and the problem is already fixed. The roads up here can be nasty and there are many spots that don't have guard rails that probably should.


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