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I feel like it comes in way too much . Even when driving slow on dry ground it kicks in and my truck stutters for a second . Seems like it happens every time I make any type of turn . I have a 2012 sv king cab 4.0 . Tires are in good shape too
 

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Your hubs may be worn, which makes the sensors act up. Though, I have aftermarket hubs and my ABS kicks in on fast corners as well - it's really annoying. I turn off the VDC sometimes, helps a little
 

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Your hubs may be worn, which makes the sensors act up. Though, I have aftermarket hubs and my ABS kicks in on fast corners as well - it's really annoying. I turn off the VDC sometimes, helps a little
Could this be why it feels like something is rubbing when I make turns ?
 

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I feel like it comes in way too much . Even when driving slow on dry ground it kicks in and my truck stutters for a second . Seems like it happens every time I make any type of turn . I have a 2012 sv king cab 4.0 . Tires are in good shape too
Any lift or any other suspension modifications? Stock sized tires?
Everything stock .
 

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I'd give the front end a thorough inspect for loose/worn parts, pull the ABS sensors from their holes and see how much schmoo is built up on them (both front & rear) And like Zed said, you may have worn out hubs.
 
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