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post #1 of 2 Old 09-21-2013, 01:24 AM Thread Starter
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ESP incorrectly triggering, SAS faulty?

Well, just forked out the cash for a 2nd alignment and still no difference in ESP triggering unnecessarily. Usually only happens when I have come to a stop, and then turn left.

It didn't start acting up until about a month or two after having done the install, has never made any funny sounds, and drives great - even better than stock! I would probably be ok just hitting the ESP kill button on the dash, but if I'm wheelin and and I press the button it makes no difference anyhow. In fact, there has been a few times it almost put me in a bit of a jam due to the loss in power to my wheels.

I have spent several hours scouring the forums, doing online searches, and so on. Still don't feel as though I have a definitive answer.

I'm worried that the ABS triggering that way is causing extra wear on things. Has anybody here had this happen and actually manage to solve it? What is the next step from here?

WhiteRider from tha "Fresh Coast"
2008 White Liberty Ltd. - K&N 77 series intake - Airaid Throttle Body spacer - Sylvania Silverstar Ultra's with LED mod - Warn Rear Recovery Hitch w/D-shackle - JBA UCA's and 3.5" Lift pkg. - 265/65/r18 BFG A/T Ko's
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post #2 of 2 Old 09-24-2013, 10:09 AM
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Lost Jeep had a long thread about this. The ESP needs to be recalibrated. The dealer can do this and they said most alignment shops using hunter equipment can reset it.

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