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Posted by Jon Caldito on June 19, 2000 at 14:17:14:

In Reply to: So both '97 and '98 sedans have the same ASC+T?nt posted by Mike on June 19, 2000 at 13:57:24:

: : I'll try and make this short but the post '96 M3's has ASC+T (Automatic Slip Control plus Traction) but there are other different meanings.

: : ASC (Automatic Slip Control) only worked on torque reduction.

: : ASC+T (Automatic Slip Control plus Traction) worked on torque reduction and rear brakes. Mainly for longitudinal stability.

: : DSC (Dynamic Stability Control ) worked on torque reduction, rear brakes. Mainly for lateral stability such as under/oversteer.

: : DSC+T, no such thing or at least from what I know.

: : DSC+X, this version of DSC, I believe, will be used on the upcoming E46 all wheel drive 3-series.
: : The X5 still uses DSCIII but added a few more features.

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