Most likely a wheel sensor is dirty or a piece of crud got on it. This can happen after running in inclement weather and when the roads are treated.. I have pressure washed behind my wheels and rotors at a car wash when I have experienced this and solved the problem. It should be a simple fix that your dealer can solve.
Had Dodge cummins. On 4th DMAX all 3500 CC DRW last traded 07 LBZ LT3 Classic silverbirch. for a 2011 Silverado White CC 3500 Super Sport Dually LTZ.
Best truck yet! And I just can't stand to go without payments. We Rodeo & Pull 40 ft 15k Bison Stratus Superslide LQ Horse trailer and an equipment trailer. We live on a small Ranch at the foothills of the Catoctin Mtns near Thurmont,Md. Just south of Gettysburg,Pa