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  1. DB04
    11-11-2016 05:42 PM - permalink
    DB04
    Hi there,

    I recently came across one of your posts from 2014 regarding a traction control issue that you first thought was tire rub after installing a level and larger tires. You said the TC was "kicking in during certain flex situations and it feels like the tires are rubbing but I think it is something with the traction control applying the brakes". I'm having this exact same issue, and I was wondering what you ended up doing to fix it. It's driving me crazy lol. Thanks!
  2. Bdubb127
    02-19-2012 02:02 PM - permalink
    Bdubb127
    Seadoons, I noticed the same leak in my 2010 yesterday and my 36k 3yr is out and I purchased the Premiumcare extended. I'm gonna call Tyler Ford tomorrow and see what I can do. Just wondering what you've done about yours and the cost. Thanks

About Me

  • About seadoons
    Location
    Katy, TX
  • My Truck
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F150 Crew Cab Lariat 4x4
    Year
    2009
    Engine
    5.4 V8
    Modifications
    Spray In Bedliner
    Over-the-rail Toolbox (Tractor Supply)
    Poly-Filled Subwoofer
    Sylvania Silverstar Ultras (Headlights)
    Sylvania Silverstar (Fog Lights)
    Weathertech Floorliners
    285/65/20 BFG All Terrains
    1.5" Autospring Front Level

    Wants:
    Westin Bull Bar + Lights
    Magnaflow Exhaust
    LED Interior / Exterior Lights
    5 Star SCT Tuner
  • Signature
    Spray In Bedliner - Over-the-rail Toolbox - Poly-Filled Subwoofer - Sylvania Silverstar Ultras (Headlights) - Sylvania Silverstar (Fog Lights) - Weathertech Floorliners - 285/65/20 BFG All Terrains - 1.5" AS Level

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  • Join Date: 06-22-2009

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