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I HAVE A 98 DURANGO AND EVERY TIME I TURN RIGHT AN APPLEY BRAKES THE ABS KICKS IN.

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The abs does work like that at all times apply the brakes. If you are referring to a harsh throbbing or pulsating feel upon applying the brakes the abs module needs to be looked at

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