Driving home today I was stopped at a red, I was making a legal right. Traffic cleared and I stomped on it. Midturn, I shifted to second, stomped again, and this time the revs went up but the car didn't speed up! The traction light came on and I eased off the gas, finished the turn, and the light went out. Everything seemed normal, but it was my first time seeing the light.<p>The tires are crappy Dunlops but they have great tread left, I was in Sport, it was 88 degrees and sunny and the road was totally dry. A traction problem seems unlikely.<p>Now, the spooky part, I got to the food store and when exiting, I looked at the footwell, and under the pedals was a fuse! It was a 20, yellow, and I freaked thinking that the hard turn had loosened a fuse, causing a traction error. I was worried...<p>But all's well that ends well, as the fuse was a spare that had worked its way loose from the spare panel. When I replaced it, I noticed several other fuses were loose too, the 30 fell out into my hand. So, please check your spare fuses or you risk unnecessary heartburn!<p>Happy weekend!