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    dccd?

    What do the green lights and the orange light stand for when use the dccd button can any one help just bought 05 sti dident come with a manual

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    Thanks a lot that explained everything for me...... You da man

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    In advance, the clicking/ticking is normal when cornering hard at low speeds in certain settings (I think locked and rear biased). Leave it on auto when parking and going around as if you are in a parking lot =).
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