Tazer JL Mini - locking up ABS

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Just an FYI, if you do an axle swap and update your Tazer JL to the latest firmware and your ABS locks up try disconnecting the module from your JEEP. I've been troubleshooting this issue since I swapped in my new rear end and finally decided to remove the tazer but not unmarry so that I keep the programming. Long story short, it resolved my ABS lights and lockup issues I was having.
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Just an FYI, if you do an axle swap and update your Tazer JL to the latest firmware and your ABS locks up try disconnecting the module from your JEEP. I've been troubleshooting this issue since I swapped in my new rear end and finally decided to remove the tazer but not unmarry so that I keep the programming. Long story short, it resolved my ABS lights and lockup issues I was having.
Is this the new BrakeHold feature that ZAuto released in the new firmware? Apparently it's enabled by default and engages anytime you hold the brakes for 2 seconds while in drive. I disabled it on mine as it did the same thing to me and kind of freaked me out :LOL:
 
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Is this the new BrakeHold feature that ZAuto released in the new firmware? Apparently it's enabled by default and engages anytime you hold the brakes for 2 seconds while in drive. I disabled it on mine as it did the same thing to me and kind of freaked me out :LOL:
Lmao that might be it haha I thought it was activated via the steering wheel though
 

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Lmao that might be it haha I thought it was activated via the steering wheel though
I thought so too but if your 'ABS' and 'BRAKE' lights were flashing, that was it. It disengages when you hit the gas.

Kind of a cool feature but not sure I'd ever consciously use it haha
 
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I thought so too but if your 'ABS' and 'BRAKE' lights were flashing, that was it. It disengages when you hit the gas.

Kind of a cool feature but not sure I'd ever consciously use it haha
Haha ok that’s exactly what was happening, it scared the crap out of me when I was on Cadillac Hill during my rubicon trial run!!!!
 

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