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Installed 4" lift on 2007 rubicon. steering wheel is strait also brought to dealer for esp/bas light need help to get it fixed. dont know what else to try.

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There is a tsb on this issue...there are software updates to allow the esp to be disabled but it will leave the light on in the cluster. the tsb is 05- 001 -08

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