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  1. Under the Hood: What is Stability Control?

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  2. 15" tire possible for lateral stability?

    Wheel and Tire Forum
    I've had enough of feeling the rear end float around when cornering (no loss of traction) with the 15" Continentals I have on the car now. Does anyone know of a 15" tire that provides the best/better lateral stability? Not traction, but stiffness of sidewall to eliminate the floaty feel. There...
  3. Stability control + upper strut brace = no accident

    Volkswagen Passat B5 Discussion
    I'm thankful for the stability control on my b5.5, and for the fact that I bought a strut brace here last year. My wife was driving in the left lane on the Hutch this week when the minivan next to her decided to drive into her lane. She had to slam on the brakes and swerve (as he unaccountably...
  4. W8 (EPC) electronic power control & (ESP) electronic stability program lights HELP!!!

    B5 Garage
    W8 (EPC) electronic power control & (ESP) electronic stability program lights HELP!!! Hello - on my 2003 W8 - the ESP light has come on while driving and will not go off until i turn the car off - also the EPC light has come on - did not blink before staying on like the manual says - anyone...
  5. W8 (EPC) electronic power control & (ESP) electronic stability program lights HELP!!!

    Volkswagen Passat B5 Discussion
    W8 (EPC) electronic power control & (ESP) electronic stability program lights HELP!!! Hello - on my 2003 W8 - the ESP light has come on while driving and will not go off until i turn the car off - also the EPC light has come on - did not blink before staying on like the manual says - anyone...
  6. Side Wind Stability!

    Volkswagen Passat B6 Discussion
    The Wifeypooh and I both got a chance to drive in strong side winds, gusting to 40 MPH (64.3 KPH), and we're impressed with the electromechanical power steering and it's ability to hold a straight line. I've read somewhere that it was suppose to compensate for strong sidewinds and sure enough...
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