BrockWI wrote: ↑Tue May 21, 2019 6:33 amStole from another thread, but it works for me, I do this about once a month.
Grabby at high or low speeds? There's a (temporary?) fix if it happens at low, which is: Turn off traction control, inch forward, hold and press down the brakes FULLY for about 30 seconds. That's it. Mine used to be super grabby on/off style at low speeds, but now they're normal.
Our 2012 has had this issue for years as well and this trick cures it for a while.
What seems to bring the bad behavior back is when the traction control kicks in while traveling over bumpy surfaces where one wheel will leave the road surface and spin separate from the other tire, such as when going over a pothole, manhole cover or in particular for me, this one set of railroad tracks. Traction control events due to simple slippage as on ice or snow do not seem to cause this braking issue.