Slip Indicator Light Stays ON?

I have a peugeot 206 gti. The slip indicator light stays on. I have checked break fluid and is fine. Checked tyres and pressure and they are fine. Changed brakes (needed doing) discs and pads on all 4 wheels and the light still stays on. Any ideas what the problem can be?

Update:

I take it it's a slip indicator. Pic of car and 2 tyre tracks. Making it look like a car swearing left to right

Update 2:

sorry swerving lol

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  • 1 decade ago
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    If the TCS (traction control system) is turned on the "SLIP" indicator should blink when the traction control system is limiting wheel spin on a slippery road surface. The SLIP indicator light should otherwise only come on for a couple seconds as the computer goes through the system check during the startup sequence when you first turn the ignition switch to the ON position. If it does not come on for a couple seconds when you first turn the ignition switch to the ON position or if it stays on after startup then something is wrong with the traction control system and you should take it to your dealer for repair.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The French being very romantically inclined have put that meter there to indicate slips. Your girlfriend must have been wearing a fine dress with a slip underneath and sitting on the passenger side. These new cars sense everything!

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  • 3 years ago

    i'm assuming that your slip indicator is a traction administration easy. there's a code saved to help handle this venture. this is obtainable that the wheel velocity sensor exchange into broken with the help of the effect ....

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  • 1 decade ago

    have you checked to see if you have some broken wires going to your brake pads or traction controll?

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