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      11-02-2009, 06:20 PM   #11
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I still fail to see what a wheel bearing or shock travel have anything to do with the operation of the DSC system, which reads from wheel speed and throttle inputs. There is nothing in the shock body itself that would trigger the light. A wheel bearing will make nosie, but not set off a DSC light.

Can you post a copy of the receipt on here? (feel free to blank out your name)

It sounds like they are just guessing. I'm curious to see what fault codes they followed to lead to a "spring problem," because if there is one, I haven't heard of it. A failed wheel bearing can sometimes be the cause of a large spacer, but I have only seen this very rarely.
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