I decided to go with this version of the "No ESP Mod" It seemed simple and to the point.
It is simple once you get the console up. Everything was strait forward. Cut purple wire with light blue stripe and connect wire extensions to go to your switch. He put his inside the center console. I didn't want to be raising and fishing around for the switch so I put mine on the side between the seat and console. Not as stealthy but quicker and easier to get to.
With the seat in the normal position you can barely see it but it's out of the way so you wont accidently hit it with your leg or anything.
I started car, hit the ESP Off button. Mr Squiggly shows up. Then I hit my new switch and the ESP/BAS light comes on and you hear 1 chime.
So I took it for a test drive. First stop sign I get to at the end of my street nothing coming so I hit it pretty hard while turning right. I hear a little squeek
I went down the road, found a smooth place to stop and tried a strait take off. My little 6 wont break loose the big tires even holding the break :(
Went up the road to turn around and when I was almost finished my U turn I hit it and I heard nothing. I looked back, nope no tread on road. Then I looked down and my ESP/BAS light was out. I'm thinking WTF? I flick the switch a couple of times and it doesn't come back on. hummmm
I reached up and hit the ESP Off switch twice and Mr Squiggly comes back on along with ESP/BAS light. Not sure why they went out. Maybe there is more to ESP than just disabling this module. I did notice I had a different module that the one RT Junkie showed in his post.
I figured it wasn't really that much help for my six with over size tires but probably keeps ABS from holding back any of my power so I'm still glad I did it.
I had sealer put on my driveway a few months ago so it's still pretty slick. I did a test burnout on it just to see what happened.
I had longer spinning than any in the past. Normally ESP kicks in and I loose enough power to stop spinning.
My conclusion: This is a good mod even though probably more usable on the Hemis but doing it this way, right at the control module under the console, is probably the most efficient way to do it.
Last edited by DannyC; 07-10-2007 at 10:22 AM.
Tinted glass, Cut front springs 1 1/4",
AirHammer HO, Duel Flowmaster 40s, De-molded,
Sonar LED Tails, Flat black honeycomb grille,
18" RT wheels & 245/45, No ESP Mod, Predator,
Innovate WB A/F guage, Ported Lower Intake.
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