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Old 07-18-2013, 01:46 PM   #1
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Anyone had their sway control kick in? I am finishing up a 2k road trip with my TT and had it kick in on I84 near the Dalles. Anyone who has traveled the section knows how windy it can be. Traveling about 55 and a gust of wind kicked up and activated the sway control. Scared me at first but when I realized what it was I was glad I had it. It's a nice feature. My old truck with the aftermarket controller had to be manually braked when swaying. The OEM allows slight sway but when braking is needed it activates.
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