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Is it OK to drive the car with the PSM Failure fault light on?

Is it the same effect, to the car, when you just switch the PSM off?
 

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Often if you have had to disconnect your battery the PSM fail light will come on.
Drive the car a few feet and it goes out



If you truly have a failure, it won’t go out.
 

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It would be safe to drive the car with the failure, as long as you drive with a reasonable amount of care. After all, we all drove cars without traction control earlier in our lives.
 

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^^^Totally agree with you... and I normally turn it off at the track cause I really don't like the feeling when the freaking PSM takes over myself, I know I know... but I'm old school.
 

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I turn mine off on the track to save rear brakes + I do not like the brakes kicking in before I am ready, when I get in my car at a track event I hit 3 buttons, PSM - Spolier - Sport +
 
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