Guide to disable VSC toyota, or Disabling the VSC toyota caldina etc. at this point in time at the very least it'll host the guide to Disabling the VSC / TRC on the Caldina GTT, and possibly may help those looking to find a solution on similar systems. Unless otherwise specified, all Content Copyright Inanet LTD.

Saturday, June 24, 2006

Disable the VSC / TRC for Caldina GTT

Very easy to implement, stupidly hard to figure out!

you will need a:

Phillips Head Screwdriver
Wire Cutters,

- wire ends / Plugs
- wire


First, undo the three screws holding the bottom cover on the steering column,
As per the Picture, screw no: 1 & 3 are on opposite sides of the steering wheel, screw no: 2 is underneath.

Once removing the cover, look for a small white plug to the left hand side of the Steering wheel:

coming out of this plug will be a solid green wire with silver dots on it.

this is the wire that needs to be cut, and have a switch installed on it.

When I cut mine I used wire plugs, so I can remove the switch, plug the wires back togethr and restore the car to original form in very little time.

I have my switch installed next to the 12/100v on/off switch.

once you have installed the switch, you will be able to disable VSC on the fly, you infact only need to have the switch off for a couple of seconds,

it will then stay disabled while the car is switched on.

To turn the VSC back on you need to switch the switch back (obviously) then you need to switch the car off (I wouldnt recommend this while you are driving... lol)

I have a couple of additions I am working on at the moment to enable the VSC to be switched back on, while driving, however,
they both have a couple of issues, which Im looking to resolve.

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Blogger elliot said...

ive just brought a gtt wondering how the traction controll works in mi car and wat r the advantages nd disadvantages of turning trc off

2:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sweet i just used your "Disable the VSC / TRC for Caldina GTT" info and it works a dream. had a bit of fun in the wet altho must say i did shit my pants on a coupld of corners. was just wondering if you have any info on installing a boost gauge?

12:35 AM  

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