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Old 05-28-2014, 07:01 PM
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Service advance track, no ABS!

I decided to take my super duty into a little mud, the 4x4 is nothing like my old chev or dodge. I had to stop the truck or a warning would come up saying 4x4 was being delayed at speeds exceeding 5km/h.
Once the 4x4 was finally engaged, I locked the front hubs. I got 10 feet into the mud and gave the truck some throttle and the advance track and abs light lit up!

The truck used to flawlessly perform posi-tire spin, now only the passenger tire turns.

My truck is tuned and deleted, I'm just worried if I take the truck to the dealer, they will reset the computer and my programmer won't work or something.

Any advice?
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Old 05-28-2014, 07:31 PM
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I've had that happen to my 2014 gasser. I've cycled the key and it went away. I don't know what caused it. FYI to turn of advanced trac press and hold your traction control button (5-10 seconds) tell it says "advanced trac off" on the dash. It really helps in the mud. Plus you can set the truck sideways without having to truck trying to straighten you back out.
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Old 05-28-2014, 08:04 PM
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I've had that happen to my 2014 gasser. I've cycled the key and it went away. I don't know what caused it. FYI to turn of advanced trac press and hold your traction control button (5-10 seconds) tell it says "advanced trac off" on the dash. It really helps in the mud. Plus you can set the truck sideways without having to truck trying to straighten you back out.
Thanks for the reply!

I had the advance track off at the time, burn outs are absolutely insane when you turn it off! Nothing like rolling sideways at 55mph!

I cycled the key, cleared codes using the SPARTAN, nothing.

I can't make any adjustments to my advance track systems ATM because of the warning...

So I'm thinking the next step is to take to the dealer, but I don't want them to flash my truck computer to stock while my tuner is programmed to the 165, I fear It will make my tuner useless and make my truck run like crap since the DPF is deleted
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Old 05-29-2014, 06:18 PM
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Fixed the issue!

Ripped the front abs sensor off... Lol

Apparently the abs is connected to the advance track, because once I replaced the sensor, the advance track was working!
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