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On dry days, driving over a bump in the road or a smooth man-hole cover causes a jerk to the right or left. Took car to car wash and TSC caused it to jump the track. Today, after an inch of snow, the car jerked left and right whenever I ran into a little snow on the road. The ESC causes more problems than I would have had without it, so I turned it off to continue to work.
Do others get used to this behavior or is my ESC too aggressive?
Do I have an alignment problem?
Questions, comments and suggestions are welcome.
 

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Dang, are your lug nuts tight?
 

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On dry days, driving over a bump in the road or a smooth man-hole cover causes a jerk to the right or left. Took car to car wash and TSC caused it to jump the track. Today, after an inch of snow, the car jerked left and right whenever I ran into a little snow on the road. The ESC causes more problems than I would have had without it, so I turned it off to continue to work.
Do others get used to this behavior or is my ESC too aggressive?
Do I have an alignment problem?
Questions, comments and suggestions are welcome.
I have a 2014 with ESC and have not experienced anything remotely like what you describe.
 

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Way too aggressive.
Only time I have noticed it engaging, is first rains before adapting my driving style.
My Kumho's slip grip easily.
 
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