VSC is definitely the culprit. That shit kicks in even when I'm going normal speeds through mountain/canyon roads. If my truck sways too much, then my power cuts out and I can feel the grinding/braking feel under the truck.
Wonder if a switch could be wired in series with the fuse and controlled from inside the cab? It would be kind of neat to have a "go fast" button on the dash.Pulled the abs fuse yesterday at the track. Truck runs perfect and removes the speed limit.
That's a fantastic idea, and absolutely doable. That might have to be the next mod!Wonder if a switch could be wired in series with the fuse and controlled from inside the cab? It would be kind of neat to have a "go fast" button on the dash.
+1Does the speedometer work or is that also disabled?
Just for curiosity...
Can you post a picture of what fuse this is.Speedometer will not work and you may get a check engine light go on.
My check engine light came on for the first time because of this. Check engine light turned off when abs fuse was put back in.
** It's not a good idea to go past the speed that your tires are rated for. **
Did you splice the wires from behind the fuse connection or used a fuse tap?Wired a switch for the abs2 fuse. To avoid a CEL you must have the truck on when you turn the switch off, then back on before turning truck off.
Fuse tap.Did you splice the wires from behind the fuse connection or used a fuse tap?
Using a fuse tap would leave no trace of meddling with the ABS in case of warranty
What kind of marxist nonsense are you spouting? I sincerely hope you don't live in the US, because the last thing we need is more communist nanny state types voting. I am terrified by the thought that your vote even counts as much as mine.Sometimes we need laws to keep us from getting killed. Why else would they have a national seatbelt law. Why should I have to wear a seat belt if I am the only one in my car? Is there possibility that my body will shoot out the window and kill someone in an accident? The law is there because seat belts save lives and sometimes we need someone else to enforce that.
I'd like that switch!Fuse tap.
You evidently live a very different lifestyle than some of us and that’s okay because when purchasing and owning something in America it’s your right to do as you please with it. But thanks for the advice anyway.Why don't you pull the fuse for the air bag, curtain air bags and seat belt locks too? You guys are brave to jerry rig the safety features and risk killing or damaging you vehicle and voiding warranty over extra measly 20 mph. I would just be happy it gets to 110-120 as fast as it does and be content with the technology Toyota put in it to keep you from killing yourself or worse, others. Faster and cheaper to just jump off a plane with no parachute and kill yourself. I think you will go faster than 120mph.