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Old 12-15-2015
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Traction control, causing problems with super lift 4" kit

I own a 2010 fx4. It has traction control. Super lift has informed me that it causes computer issues. And therefore the lift won't work in my truck. Has anyone found a fix for this problem. Maybe an after market chip. Or removing the abs fuse, which controls the tcs.
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Old 12-27-2015
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i asked the mazda mechanic about this issue

his reply is if the rear differential gears rotate at a different speed than the tires spin , this is a computer software tire diameter program

he has serviced several mazda pickups with suspension lifts and none were affected with traction control problems
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