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I am fairly new to this forum so I apologize if I have posted this thread incorrectly.

I recently had the dealership replace the rear brakes and rotors and now when I'm cornering an on/off ramp (seems cornering anything above 20-25mph) my ABS goes nuts even when I'm not implementing the braking system. I'm by no means a mechanic but I can research and try to figure it out... The dealership denies anything they did could be the source of this issue.

I'm about 47,000 miles on the truck and I am still covered under the extended platinum warranty for any mechanical failures. I don't know the right questions to ask or if there is some kind of diagnostics they can run to test it.


I was outright told that the ABS is working fine and if there was a problem then the light would stay on for an extended period of time and until that happens I'm kind of SOL.

any and all help is greatly appreciated.
 

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When ever I go around a corner faster than I should I hear a god-awful noise. I don't remember hearing it when I first got my truck, but it seems more regular now. I just figured it was normal and it was the ABS, or traction control system, keeping my wheels from slipping.
 
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