Lifted 07 Silverado Stabilitrak issue

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  1. Paul Travaglia

    Paul Travaglia New Member

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    Hi Guys, Maybe someone can help. I have a 2007 1500 Silverado with 5.3 It has a Rough Country 7.5 "lift with 35" tires. As soon as I put this lift in I began experiencing the left front stabilitrak kicking in on turns. Only that side. Now , I had had the 5" with 33" tires before this with no issues. I have tried everything. Replaced both hubs/berrings/sensors on both sides, re aligned the front end 3 times, recalibrated tire size with the rough country shitty recallibrator . Nothing works except to press and hold the button to shut it off each time I get in the truck with is very annoying. plus I hate staring at the light with the bright orange triangle in my dash ! Can anyone help? Is there a way to disable without the light being on or to fix this? Rough country has been no help at all and said to just live with it. I can't believe that this is acceptable.

    Thanks for your help


    Thanks again

    Paul Travaglia
     
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    any chance you know somebody with a tech 2 so you can monitor wheel speed while driving ?
     
  3. Paul Travaglia

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    No, I wish I did. This is making me crazy.. It happens at any speed as soon as I make a turn. Do not have to be going fast
     
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    ok how do you know its the left front? your truck has 4 channel abs so you could be loosing a rear signal also if I remember correctly they are located in the axle tubes near the outer flange. when I lifted a buddys 09 sierra we had to relocate the harnesses due to the fact they were to short. just a thought.
     
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    how are your front wheel bearings?
     
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    he said in first post all the front abs related stuff is new
     
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    Skim reading fail :suicide2:
     

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