I picked up a used 2012 mustang gt that has a few issues. When I first bought it, I had about 6 lights on the dash. The wrench, both traction control lights, tpms, and airbag light. I also think there was a abs light, as well as check engine light. I got the car at a good price. The check engine light was the CAT protection as it no longer had cats, and also had headers. I drove the car 4.5 hours home and hooked it up to the ford IDS clone, and flashed the ECM with the latest and ICM with it's latest. I cleared the codes, and the car could not talk to the Restraint Control Module. I checked fuse 31 I believe it was and it was good, I pulled the center console, and verified there was power coming in at the plug. I pulled the plugs and visually inspected them and plugged them back in. I tried to flash the module and it could not communicate, so I THINK that the module is bad. Thoughts? I also read the stock tune with HP tuners and turned off the cat protection, speed limiter, and I think I had disabled the ABS light but I don't remember. I had tried disabling traction control thinking it would get rid of the light but it didn't so I had turned it back on. I checked the wheel speed sensor outputs on the IDS and they seem to be working. I can clear the codes and the lights for the traction control go off. I can turn the key on and cycle traction control/advanced traction control, but the moment I start it, they come back on. I'm not sure what other troubleshooting to do here for the traction control lights. I need to confirm whether or not I turned off an ABS light, and if I did, is it possible that module is bad? Doesn't it and the traction control on these cars use the same module? The tpms stuff I have 2 sensors bad, so that is no biggie. Radio also says something about 911 disabled see dealer when you start the car and the radio turns on...anyone know how to disable that crap?