Odd warning light on Focus 2001

I was wondering what the warning light was on my ford focus. it is below the right indicator and is the sort of sign on the "loose chippings" that contractors put up. it is sort of like this o//. It
is where the traction control warning light is supposed to go but i dont think my car has traction control. It illuminated with the ABS light, then they both go out together.
Anyone know what it is?
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Hope this helps:-
http://www.go.mango.btinternet.co.uk/btcs-tcs.jpg
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Thanks for that Mark, I now know that i have either Brake Traction Control System or Traction control system.
How would i know which one it is, and what is the difference between the 2?
Your picture does mention that the traction control can be switched off, where would this switch be? i cannot see it which means i probably have brake traction control system, hence it comes on and goes off witht he abs light.
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I think the switch would be down by the handbrake.
I have the RFTC* version on my focus, so I'm guessing when I say the general difference between the two seems likely to be that one applies braking to one or both spinning wheels as necessary to reduce the wheelspin whereas the other cuts engine power (to both wheels).
I drove a Mondeo with the TCS version a couple of years ago and it was quite aggressive in cutting power. Maybe the brake version is less obtrusive? I'm sure someone here will have driven both types and may wish comment further?
* right foot traction control - it's bloody useless ;-)
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