Man, how did we ever survive before w/out dsc. Guess I was an idiot to buy that Rx-7 a few years back, it sure didn't have dsc.codex57 said:
What a pathetic response to a valid question. There are definately times when it would be a good idea to have DSC on, but you're implying that anyone who turns it off on the street for any reason is an idiot. The BMW owners manual even suggests times when turning it off on the street is appropriate.codex57 said:
I suggest someone remove that motoring smiley from his sig - he obviously doesn't know how to properly pilot a motorcoach.
Originally posted by teamdfl
Countdown to a "If you turn off the DSC you will get into an accident" post followed by a "If you knew how to drive, you wouldn't need DSC" post
codex57 said:He said ALWAYS OFF. yeah, you can turn it off, but to make it permanent is retarded. There's a reason why BMW doesn't allow you to turn it off permanently. If you scan through the posts and read about people who crashed their BMWs, it's almost always b/c they had DSC off and something unexpected happened. So yeah, I stand by my statement that those who want it ALWAYS OFF are idiots.
hence why he says not to ALWAYS HAVE IT OFF, but sometimes it is ok.menace3054 said:im not saying that anyone should turn dsc off and go drive in rain or snow, thats not too smart, but in dry conditions I think any one who knows how to drive period should be able to control the car
Yes... the second setting turns off Traction Control and the yellow BRAKE light comes on to tell you what's off.sdbimmer said:question,
press DSC once, (!) comes on.
press and hold DSC for 3 seconds, hand Brake light comes on. Is that normal?
Then when I pull on the hand brakes, it turns red.
Is this normal???