Had 265/75 BF ATs put on yesterday, noticed at about 35 mph and above when I turn the "slip" light comes on and the ABS starts to tweek? Any input?
Dave, I have the exact same thing so you're not alone... I jsut back off the gas.d-rap said:It's markedly worse since my lift--my half-shafts are 2.5" longer than stock. Maybe the computer needs to be reset. But as I posted, I've always had it kick in occasionally as I'm accelerating through a turn with the VDC off. It feels like its braking the outside rear wheel as if to counteract oversteer. I wish I could override it manually. If I back off the throttle, of course it subsides. And I'm not talking crazy fast either, just typical mountain driving. Dealer says it's normal. Anyone else know what I'm talking about?
Could it be that the ABLS/VDC is designed to synch up with the diff somehow? Perhaps not though, since presumably the diff makes "decisions" on the basis of wheel rpms without computer intervention. Or maybe the ABLS braking becomes input for the diff, which it can handle? Thoughts?