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traction control when taking a corner

Hi guys, I have a little issue with my 2012 Tundra.
When I take an exit of the highway (speed 50 miles) I feel a vibration in my foot and the light from the traction control is blinking. It's not always.

Would a wheel sensor be the problem?
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That is the antilock brake kicking in so you tires don’t lock up. When you hear the beeping sound your getting in trouble and losing traction.
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But I'm sure it does not have to do that in the corner. I had enough traction on the dry highway.
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There has been REAR axles out of spec and things start rubbing setting the sensors off on turns.
LIL fuzzey on the details , but it IS a thing .
maybe you can do some further searching on the webs.

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That sounds like a "Zero Point Calibration" problem. There should be some related threads here somewhere.

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This can happen due to oversized tires or aggressive tire tread.
May also needs ZPC as Mendosy states above.

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Happens to me. Started right after I changed tires to a more aggressive tread.
Same tires size. Yaw sensor feels a difference. Zero point calibration should help.
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