Hi if i where to put snow tires on use snow tires on the front of a Chevy Cruz will it cause any issues with the traction control? I am just not a 100% sure so figure i would ask
Should probably ask on a Cruze forum in case there is something that would cause problems but as long as the tires are the same size, I can't see a problem. Most people will also recommend replacing all 4 tires with winter tires. Having them on the front will help with traction to get going, most of your braking is in the front but if you get too confident(something many people with 4x4 or awd and all seasons do) you will think your car is doing great then take a corner too fast and the rear end will kick out and loose control or even if you are braking and you hit a bump or something and shifts the rear end. You will probably be fine with just front tires but I'd do all 4 if it was me....
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