fromthecoast said:From what I can tell, the traction control does not apply the brake in the 04 and previous mustangs. It cuts the fuel or spark. The car will buck and sputter like it is stalling. It was really quite disturbing the first time I experienced it. However, it is pretty effective for keeping you from completely losing control. I believe the 2005+ does apply the brake in some fashion, not enough to change the direction of the car but enough to bring the amount of wheelspin down.
And this expanation reveals why when you have an ABS problem that the T/C light on the switch comes on as well.STG said:
Yeah its ur clutch packs working in the rear. Mine does the same thing and its a brand new rear end. It all depends on the clutch combo you have on the t-lock. I dont know the right combo to get rid of the noise but I do know u need more carbon clutchs.dennisbaker said:All this brings up a question to me that may help me diagnose a problem. I am still getting a loud klattering (sp?) sound when the Bullitt is coasting in neutral in a tight circle. Some folks have suggested it may be the clutches in the differential. If so, shouldn't the kalttering go away if I turned off the traction control in the tight circle?
I must be blind as a freaking bat to not have seen that..I'll take a look in a few.PhotoRick said:Yes, you can disable the traction control with the switch that is found on the vertical panel six inches in front of the shifter. When the LED is on, the traction control is disabled.