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2021 ram 1500 4x4 extra cab 6 foot bed night edition

Pryorctm

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Brand new to the site so sorry in advance is this topic has been discussed. Don’t know how it couldn’t of been but I can’t seem to find out how to find it . Does anyone know if there is a way to disable traction control in 2 wheel drive without pulling f7 fuse and the ABS circuit still working. Have the Diablo sport i3 tuner that will disable it till you turn truck off then when you turn the truck back on it resets back to traction control on. Can’t take an on-ramp or off ramp that is banked faster than 30 miles per hour without the truck spazzing out and applying the traction control like truck is going to start flipping end over end. Very annoying and lame. Hemi tuner guy Shawn says he can turn it off permanently but it will disable ABS circuit and wants $250. But pulling f7 fuse will produce same results so kind of a rip off. Has anyone heard of traction control being turned off in 2 wheel drive while still being able to leave the ABS on and functioning. Thanks so much any info would greatly be appreciated. Also curious if anyone else has this same issue. Truck has a 3 1/2 rough country suspension lift and air bags in the back with rough country shocks. My thought is that the pitch and roll part of the ecm that is connected to the ABS system somehow got jacked up and isn’t calibrated correctly now 946F4132-ABB6-406E-9BCE-4E3C29CB35AD.jpeg after lifting truck so it spazzes out. Lifted truck right after I bought it so don’t remember it doing it before I lifted it
 

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Welcome. Good luck getting your issue resolved.


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Welcome, you may get more responses in the suspension forum. Have seen posts about those same issues trying to run the mopar 2 in lift on quad cabs. Curious to know what the solution is too; want to lift mine but not at the expense of driveability.
 

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Welcome, you may get more responses in the suspension forum. Have seen posts about those same issues trying to run the mopar 2 in lift on quad cabs. Curious to know what the solution is too; want to lift mine but not at the expense of driveability.
Thank you. Will try and find that forum
 

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