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I don't drive the wifes 08 DGC too often so today i was entering the highway on a long curved ramp , prob a little faster (but smoothly) than i should

I could feel slight impulses to the steering for a second or 2 then it stopped and started again.

Would that be the esp "telling me i was getting close to the limit" on body roll it didn't feel any where near that

Not sure how that works just asking
 

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That's what it's there for, to counter poor driving habits. :)

Shut it off (traction control or de-fuse) and try the same maneuver again. Replace the battery recently? I have seen stability control sensitivity right after a battery replacement. Doesn't last long though.
How electronic stability control (ESC) works
 
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Battery was replaced a couple months ago

Just a weird sensation
 

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If there was sand and gravel on the ramp, it probably contributed to it. Plus, the weight transfer to the rear under acceleration.


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