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Has anyone experience your traction control engaging a lot more during winter with winter tires than summer tires? Ever since I had these nitto SN2 winter tires, traction control kicks in on wet/snow surface a lot more, even at slow speeds. With summer tires in the spring/summer/fall seasons, traction control never came on, even on wet surface. Just curious to see if anyone else has experience this.
 

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The snow is obvioulsy going to cause your tires to slip way more than dry conditions regardless of the fact that you have snow tires on.

Put your all seasons back on and you'll see the traction light go on an off like a christmas tree. Take your time, and drive carefully.
 

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that light pretty much stayed on the whole way to work today with my all seasons but i got here and it was like 5 inchs of snow im pretty happy with the perfomance of these stock all seasons my spec v with winter tires was spin central in the snow..
 
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