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What does TC means on dashboard?

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by britbadboy, Dec 3, 2008.

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  1. Oddie

    Oddie AntiSeptic Sandal Wearer

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    What else you got to read during those long hours sat on the hard shoulder waiting for the AA to turn up?
     
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    the repair bills to date???:crazy_driver:
     
  3. ratty

    ratty I'm not special I'm limited edition Global Moderator

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    The list of things still to fix.:D
     
  4. Mark2

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    Why would anyone buy any vehicle without selecting it for the features it has ?

    Then you would check out how they work etc. - amazed he didn't ask about the ABS light staying on until he had moved off

    Reckon Disco1 missed one off the list :- TC = Total Cock :D
     
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    Ah! - its the ABS light is it - had furgotten :D
     
  6. Mark2

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    You, I will forgive :D
     
  7. The Mad Hat Man

    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    thank you, kind sir. You are a scholar and a gentleman :D.
     
  8. Optimus Prime

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    some do, some don't. some go off after 2 seconds, some wait until the car is up to 5 mph or so
     
  9. Mark2

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    We is both scholars, coz we read the manuals etc.

    Gentlemen ?

    perhaps,

    I put the seat down when finished :rolleyes:
     
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    I think the hint is "ESPECIALLY IF ITS FREEZING OUTSIDE" and by definition freezing = point at which water turns to ice, something that may be also coating the road surface! The question then arises concerning the driving style of one certain 'britbadboy' ;)
     
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    ....I know but....

    Freelander TC........ "total crap?"
     
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