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Hello Jeepers,

I am in need of help!

My 2017 JKU Saraha has a re-occurring issue that seems random...

It has been happening on and off with no consistency. The ABS and TCS lights come on, the Hill Decent Light comes on and off then once I shift into "Drive" and start driving the ABS and TCS lights stay on, the Jeep acts like it does not want to shift properly and sometimes over revs before shifting. Additionally, (randomly) it will make grinding sounds when turning left as if the whole drive train is locking up.

I have checked for codes, there are none. The Jeep does this very randomly and typically the issues do not last very long.

Has anyone experienced this? Is it electrical or mechanical?
 

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Try pushing your traction control switch to off.
If this makes the ABS light go out you have a wheel sensor loose connection or bad sensor.
You can try autozone they can scan and tell you what wheel to look for.
The poor Jeep doesn't agree on wheel speed, this will cause engine to reduce power at times, differential to be tricked it need to direct power to opposite side, ABS fault light.
Very easy DIY job 8mm wrench unplug and replug.
Good Luck
 
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