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ABS SYSTEM FAILURE CAUSING OUT OF CONTROL SITUATION AFTER 60 MPH

(2003 Toyota Sequoia)
in Miami, FL on October 24, 2010
INSTEAD OF STOPING IT TURNS RIGHT. THIS HAPPENED TWICE AND AFTER FULL BRAKE REPAIR. I HAVE READ TOYOTA IS PRESENTLY RECALLING SEVERAL MODELS OR CANCELLING PRODUCTION. IF TOYOTA CANNOT FIND A SOLUTION FOR ABS PROBLEM WHAT CAN I EXPECT? ANY RESPONSE WOULD BE MOST APPRECIATED AND HOWW DO I REPORT THIS TO TOYOTA?
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on October 24, 2010
My advice would be to keep in touch with a local dealership if you feel there are defect issues that are going to be recalled.

My feeling, though, is that you do not have a factory flaw, but rather something became affected during the brake repairs. I would advise to have a proper diagnosis performed. You could have a caliper issue, a hydraulic issue with an ABS pump motor, or base hydraulic issue. Also, your suspension and steering could be influencing things too.

Based on the safety concern, I would not drive further, and I would get your truck checked out. Good luck.
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