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Question ABS light on. Dealer pulled codes. what do they mean?

Hi everyone. Last month I was driving in a slight snow storm when I noticed my speedo dropped to zero, and then back up to speed, and my ABS light came on. When I started the truck the next morning, it was off. There was still water/slush on the ground, and in about 3 miles the same thing happens with the speedo and abs light. the next day the light was off and stayed off, until today. This time the road is dry.

I took it to the dealer and they pulled the following codes
c1236
b2900
u1900
b1359
b1483
u2023

Looks like my ABS light is related to the c1236 and that code may be causing other codes, or do I have more then one problem?

Mods are: gryphon tunner with custom tunes loaded durring diag, ARP studs, EGR delete, mbrp exhaust, ect. No lift or big tires.

thanks a million!
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My truck is having the same problems.
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I have had the same problems with my 03 F250. It is a stock truck with no power mods. While driving all the gauges basically turn of for a moment and come back on with no power loss what so ever. No lights ever stay on so I am leaning towards a short of some sort inside the dash. The only time the ABS light ever came on is when the alternator was not charging the batteries and the batteries were weak.
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All fixed.
It was the ABS sensor in the rear differential.
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