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Slip Indicator coming on at highway speeds?

Sorry if this is in the wrong spot, I didnt know exactly where to put it. I just got new wheels and tires the other day along with an alignment and now when i punch the gas moving from the on ramp to the highway the slip indicator comes on and the traction control or whatever engages.

I tried searching this but everything i found talked about having to do a zero point calibration if i got the truck lifted but my suspension is stock. I went from the factory platinum 20" wheels and tires to 18" wheels with 275/70r18's. Do i still need to do a ZPC?

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Thanks for the pdf. Im not sure if im going to tackle this myself or not. Ive noticed my steering wheel isnt straight either with it being off to the right some and when I straighten it driving my truck goes left. If i understand the pdf instructions correctly, the alignment and ZPC would have to be completed together?

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Was your steering straight before you changed those wheels and tires??

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Sorry if this is in the wrong spot, I didnt know exactly where to put it. I just got new wheels and tires the other day along with an alignment and now when i punch the gas moving from the on ramp to the highway the slip indicator comes on and the traction control or whatever engages.

I tried searching this but everything i found talked about having to do a zero point calibration if i got the truck lifted but my suspension is stock. I went from the factory platinum 20" wheels and tires to 18" wheels with 275/70r18's. Do i still need to do a ZPC?
My FJ did that when I had new tires installed,turned out that the tires had to much air in them and that apparently messes with the traction control.
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Make sure the tire pressures are all where they are supposed to be.
Also check to make sure all 4 of the new tires are the same size. Yes, I know, but strange things do happen!!

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Tires are cooper st maxx's and all the same size. Pressure is at 55 for front and right rear and 57 for the left rear.

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Definitely do the ZPC after an alignment !
I gave my shop the instructions so they could do the paperclip method if all else failed, but they said it wasn't an issue.


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I must be an idiot because i have been trying this paperclip thing for the past 15 minutes and its not working. I put it in and out 4 times within 8 seconds and no light comes on.

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So the first step is to clear the ZPC data. I dont know if that worked because the slip indicator light never came on. So of course i just skipped that step and moved on. Next. So i connect the terminals with the paper clip and turn the ignition ON. Kept the vehicle stable for 1 second or more. THEN it says to "check that DTC C1336 is erased." Now how in the world do I do that!? The lights just keep blinking on the screen and it says "FF" I have no idea what that even means unless it means i Freakin Failed.

Since I have no idea I just assume it is right and turn the ignition off like it says to do next. Did the battery thing and now Im just typing this out because I dont even know if it worked. Lol.

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C1336 = Zero Point Calibration of Acceleration Sensor Undone

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Is that code supposed to show on the screen or what?

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Okay here is a video of what i am doing. Keep in mind i am not doing the battery disconnect here. Just want to show what the dash lights are doing.


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