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    Squiggly lines on the dash.

    Hi everyone. I just did an axle swap and added PSC steering with the big bore XD steering gear. Since I did this a light on my dash came on. Since I have new axles and steering could I be steering to far in one direction? Thanks. Any help would be great.

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    Squiggly line like traction control? Could your steering wheel have been spun around during install? Or speed sensors not working properly?


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    Yes I think it is the traction control light. It's been a long day but if anyone one wants to make fun of me I can take it. I would also light some help to please?? Thanks.

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    Squiggly lines on the dash.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocralr View Post
    Yes I think it is the traction control light. It's been a long day but if anyone one wants to make fun of me I can take it. I would also light some help to please?? Thanks.
    All legitimate questions. those things will set off traction control. Places to look to try and solve the problem.


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    Did you center the steering box? Also need to make sure steering wheel didn't move while steering box was unhooked. Too many turns unhooked can kill the clock spring.

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    Hello all. Just to let you know I replaced the clock spring and that fixed the traction control light coming on and staying lit while driving. Take care and stay safe.

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