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post #1 of 2 Old 07-10-2010, 07:17 PM Thread Starter
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While driving on a steep and tight kinda like spiral overpass my traction control came on, I didn't slow down so almost after few secs my ESP/BSA light came on, last time this happened was when I installed the lift kit, I know that recentering the steering wheel made it go away after driving about 30 miles, but since this time happened while driving, will it go away by itself after few miles or do I have to get the steering wheel re center again, I'm about 265 miles away from home so will this affect anything if I drive back with it or should I get it fixed before going home?
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If the stearing wheel need to be centered then for sure do that (or have it done). The ESP light should reset after a bit. The only thing is, if your ESP keeps going off it may cause extra wear on the rear break pads. Just drive it and if it feels like things are ok now, then don't worry about it.

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