I apologize if this has already been covered, but I couldn't find anything in the search. I installed a new set of Currie Rock Jock 60's last month, and have been battling with the ESC and ABS errors ever since. If this has been covered before, please point me to the appropriate threads. If not, I'm open to any and all information from some of you that may have solved this in the past.
My build is as follows;
*2015 Rubicon Hardrock
*Currie Rock Jock 60's F&R (New in the crates, but bought from a private party not Currie)
*Rock Krawler X-Factor 4.5
*Teraflex Monster Track Bars (New because the RK's hit the Currie Diff Covers)
*Synergy Draglink (New)
I never had a problem with the wheel speed sensors on the Dana 44's, but since I installed the RJ's it is constant.
Right after installing them, I went for an alignment, and noticed I had these problems, but ignored them since I attributed it to the wheel center position being off from the install. After the alignment, everything seemed to be OK, but I only put about 20 miles on it. The first time out, on a trail ride, I climbed straight up a wall about 5 feet with the drivers front wheel, and after coming back down, the steering wheel was in the 3 o'clock position when driving straight, so I knew I bent something, and upon checking, it looked like the stock draglink was the issue. Needless to say, the dash lit up with the ESC and ABS lights on the ride after that, and gave me an error for the drivers front WSS. I bought a Synergy DL, and installed it, then centered the wheel, but still had the same problem with ESC (activating, but I don't know which wheel is activating it), and an error on the scan tool that tells me the drivers front wheel had erratic and implausible readings. So I replaced all 4 of the WSS, and went in for another alignment. There was also a tiny bit of play in the steering box, but you can barely notice it driving, or when parked, so I don't think that has anything to do with it. After the 2nd alignment, it seems better, but occasionally the ESC would activate (again not telling me which wheel), but today I got another error for the drivers WSS being erratic and implausible and these sensors are new. The sensors looked fine when I removed them, so I doubt they are the problem.
Any ideas, or am I missing something obvious here? I don't want to take apart the axle hub to check the ring unless that is the last resort because I have not had the apart, and I'm not sure about making anything worse by opening it up. From what I can see inside the hole for the WSS, the tone ring looks good, clean, and is not loose or damaged.