There should be a switch that lets you turn it off. However without knowing what is the root cause of the problem you could do damage to other parts if you just pull a fuse. There is also the issue that there is not a dedicated traction control fuse, it is all integrated into the ABS and stability control so there is no fuse to pull that won't activate even more lights and disable the ABS.
Also this vehicle may still be under the 5 year/100K powertrain warranty depending on when it was sold.
Thursday, June 20th, 2019 AT 11:29 AM