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I read the ABS can be chaged for bigger tires(265s) I went to my local dealer, made a appointment for this job...got there they tried and then they told me it could not be done! Note: this is the same dealer that did not know about the high idle. Is there any info I can pass along to them to do the job correct the first time?(codes, key words/phrases, or tools)


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No use in doing it. Leave it alone since you cant change the speedo anyways. Better off to have all the computers confused the same amount.
 

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Thanks for the info...when I go with the attitude will that change the speedo? I was just concerned because the other day my right rear tire locked up.


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If I recall correctly it has been said that the Attitude displays the corrected speed on the Attitude display, not on the actual OEM speedo.
 

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NoWake200 said:
Thanks for the info...when I go with the attitude will that change the speedo? I was just concerned because the other day my right rear tire locked up.


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Sounds like possible other problems if that persists.


Abs calibration wont likely do that.
 

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Thanks again for the great info...I will keep an eye on it. If it keeps happening I will bring her in and let them worry about.
 
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