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Just purchased a 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport in December. Had an error with the ABS and reaction control lights both popping on. Got a sensor replaced and that problem went away but I now have another one. Anytime I accelerate to 50 plus mph it feels like my brakes randomly apply. Its not enough to make me slam forward to the seeing wheel but it's annoying and very noticeable. Even on flat surfaces it activates. I did a system check and no sensors gave me fault codes. Any help would be much appreciated.
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Lets start by listing any mods that may have done to your jeep. Or is it completely stock?

Some build info here:
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Its been lifted is all that I am aware of
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And larger tires
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Sizes of lift and tires, brand if you have it. Photos help. Are the control arms stock?

Many people put on big cheap lifts in the 4"+ range that don't have everything you need to do it properly and it can create issues such as you describe and in the steering which will feel light or flighty when driving down the road.

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Bc goodwrech is all I can tell off the top of my head I can provide pictures tomorrow. Currently at work
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