ThanksI'm NOT an engineer, but how's this for a theory. We all know the engine is a GM 2.4 and they (Polaris dealers) seemed to drive home the point that the engine management system (ECU) was flashed to better perform with the lesser weight vs the oem vehicle. What if they're using a stock ECU from a Solstice (or Sky) and they THOUGHT they made the proper changes. Those changes may have been to the fuel delivery system only. Maybe the engine racing AND the traction control issues are interrelated. Is the ecu looking for a wheel speed sensor for the 4th wheel? (obviously there isn't one) If so, it doesn't know what to do or what to adjust. One would think if that's the case, it should go into a default "limp" mode and cut the power and not increase it. Could be something for them to consider (or just prove me wrong - it wouldn't be the first time).
also drove mine today and it happened also again. Called dealer an d he said it must be reset at dealer but ok to drive. Will look for a decent day and drive to cantonDrove mine again today and the traction control light came on again. Shut it off, turned it back on and started the engine and re-set the traction control to off, all off and then back on and it has not come on again!
Seems like the Cruise may have been involved because the two times it has happened was when using Cruise!
Have you tried going to the next step on the switch? You have to push it in and HOLD it for 5 seconds. That disables the esp. Then hit it once more to get back to esp engaged. You might be seeing the esp light hanging and just needs to cycle to reset. It's worth a tryI don't have video but I'll narrate. Driving along the traction control light is not illuminated. Take a corner fast causing the traction control to kick in and the light illuminates. Continue to drive and the light stays illuminated until I turn off the key. Pushing the button to override traction control does not make it go off.