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Traction Control Problem

I need a little advice regarding the traction control on a 99 Mustang. I just returned from trying to smog test the car but In order to pass the smog test, the car has to be placed on a dyno with the traction control off. But for some reason, the traction control button doesn't seem to work and I can't turn it off. I checked fuses and replaced the switch, but still traction control is on. Any advice? Also, will removing the fuse shut off the traction control? I guess I really need it off only long enough to get it smogged. Thanks.

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