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Lift Installed Now ESP Light Comes On Help??

I just put my new lift and tires on i have driven maybe 30 miles but have not gotten an alignment yet but will be done tuesday with the new front window modules that took a flop on me replaced as factory defect for anyone else with the same problem. My question is are any of you having issues with your lifts tripping the ESP on the jeep I have had an issue with a 70mph + shutter that the shop can not figure out (even though i told them to check the torque converter clutch as i have seen on another thread people were having issues with)? but the feeling i get is a hurky jerky feeling like im running out of gas then some times the ESP flashes plus there is a small popping sound that comes from the passanger side i checked all the bolts and mounts torqed to spec I know that the alignment will help I am just worried that the lift i put on is going to cost me in the long run i have seen they make a esp module for application with the 4" superlift????? But lift looks great 36 1/2" front and rear to inside of flares realy tough and the clearence will be great.
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I have never heard of this happening on a 2" lift. The only thing I can think of is did one of the wires get damaged.
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as far as when i pulled the fuse box for the strut bolts?
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there is a wire that runs to each tire. If one of those gets broke, then that would set off the light.
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all those are good i made sure not to stretch them to tight when working on it thy look good
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you got me then
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would the tow in be effecting it
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i have worked though the whole thing i dont know what is up
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i just got back from a drive and it feels like the tranny is screwing up when shifting the jeep starts lunging like its out of gas esp light did not come on ths time
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there should be no reason for a 2" to do that
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