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ABS Issue

I was wondering if anyone else with a 13/14 has an issue with their ABS system, especially when going over bumps. At first I thought it was normal, cause I bought my truck in Nov, and it started snowing shortly after. However I noticed it happening more on dry roads (some dirt, some paved). Let me try to clarify what I'm talking about, the sound you get when you run over the rumble strip on the highway, sounds like that for a split second to a couple seconds, or better example is when you step on the brakes when you're on ice, you get that rumble noise. I get that almost daily, almost every time I drive, sometimes even going over small bumps. Service Manager said that the systems in the 13/14s are just a lot more sensitive than in my 10. I can agree with that somewhat, but not for how often it is happening.

Also starting to think my brakes squealing may be caused by this other issue or could be contributing to the problem.

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Mines goes off a lot too, seems like if I change angles on both the front to rear and the side to side axis of the truck its pretty touchy. I figure it was the roll/stability controlled doing its normal deal.

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