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Old 08-28-2015, 11:44 AM   #1
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Lowered issues

So I lowered my car. Love the look and handling but, now when I'm driving if I hit a bump I get a service stabilitrak , message and it reduces the engine power. I have to pull over and turn the car off and let it reset before I can take off again. I also turns on the check engine light. It stays on after the rest. Anyone else have this problem? What's the solution. Thanks.
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Old 08-28-2015, 12:23 PM   #2

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Best guess is a displaced or damaged ABS sensor wire, most likely in the front. It rides on the front (of the car) facing side of the strut there. If it was not re-installed or installed with inadequate slack it could be pulling and shorting out when the strut is compressing and re-extending.

In the back the sensor rides on the toe rod and isn't as likely to be in the way, but you never know. Check there if the front is O.K.
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