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How to disable traction control ESP/ASR?

Hi,

I just got my new Clio and I can't find a button that disables the ESP/ASR traction control.
I tried to call Renault service and they didn't helped me with that.

can someone please tell how can I do it.

thank you a ton in advanced!
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Re: How to disable traction control ESP/ASR?

Maybe you cant ?

It is after all a safety feature.
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Maybe you cant ?

It is after all a safety feature.
There some situations that you need to disable it: such as if you're losing traction because of sand or snow.

On any previous vehicle I had, it got an ESP button to disable it
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Re: How to disable traction control ESP/ASR?

Have you looked in the cars handbook ? If it can be disabled it will say in there.
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Have you looked in the cars handbook ? If it can be disabled it will say in there.
Can't find it, I tried also to contact Renault support...nobody knows
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