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Chevrolet Equinox Owners Manual: Turning the Systems Off and On (Uplevel DIC)

Chevrolet Equinox Owners Manual / Driving and Operating / Ride Control Systems / Turning the Systems Off and On (Uplevel DIC)

Caution Do not repeatedly brake or accelerate heavily when TCS is off. The vehicle driveline could be damaged.

At speeds of 56 km/h (35 mph) or above, this ability to turn off or on is disabled.

TCS and StabiliTrak can be turned off or on using the DIC controls as follows:

Turning the Systems Off and On (Uplevel DIC)

Press to access the cluster applications. Use or to scroll through the list of available applications.

Press to select the Options application, then press to enter the Options menu. Use or to scroll through items in the Options menu.

Press to select the Traction & Stability page, then press to select Traction menu. Use or to select Traction (TCS) or Stability (StabiliTrak).

To turn TCS off, select Traction, then press . The TCS icon on the DIC will change from On to Off and illuminates in the instrument cluster.

To turn TCS back on, select Traction, then press . The TCS icon on the DIC will change from Off to On and goes out in the instrument cluster. TCS cannot be on when StabiliTrak is off.

To turn StabiliTrak off, select Stability, then press . The StabiliTrak icon on the DIC will change from On to Off. If TCS was on when StabiliTrak was turned off, both will turn off and and illuminate.

To turn StabiliTrak back on, select Stability then press . The StabiliTrak icon on the DIC will change from Off to On and goes out in the instrument cluster.

To turn both StabiliTrak and TCS back on, select Traction, then press . The StabiliTrak and TCS icons on the DIC will change from Off to On and and go out in the instrument cluster.

Adding accessories can affect the vehicle performance. See Accessories and Modifications.

Turning the Systems Off and On (Base Level DIC)

Caution Do not repeatedly brake or accelerate heavily when TCS is off. The vehicle driveline could be damaged.

At speeds of 56 km/h (35 mph) or above, this ability to turn off or on is disabled.

TCS and StabiliTrak can be turned off or on using the DIC controls as follows:

Turning the Systems Off and On (Base Level DIC)

Press or to select VEHICLE menu, then use or to scroll through the menu items to select TCS/StabiliTrak.

Press to enter TCS/StabiliTrak, and then use or to select TCS or StabiliTrak.

To turn TCS off, select TCS, then press . will illuminate in the instrument cluster.

To turn TCS back on, select TCS, then press . goes out in the instrument cluster. TCS cannot be on when StabiliTrak is off.

To turn StabiliTrak off, select StabiliTrak, then press . If TCS was on when StabiliTrak was turned off, both will turn off and and illuminate in the instrument cluster.

To turn StabiliTrak back on, select StabiliTrak then press . goes out in the instrument cluster.

To turn both StabiliTrak and TCS back on, select Traction, then press . and go out in the instrument cluster.

Adding accessories can affect the vehicle performance. See Accessories and Modifications.

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