I have read through the other threads on here with people complaining about the abs on these trucks and always dismissed it thinking they were driving to fast for the conditions.
Well this morning i had to drive home in some snow, the roads were in the process of being treated, there was about a half inch of slush on the road.
I was already driving with caution, well below the speed limit.
Approached a stop sign and began braking well before the normal braking point. I drive this same route everyday.
The road is flat, a t intersection, a one way stop sign for my side.
The abs activated with very little brake pressure, the truck rolled through the stop sign at about 10 mph into the path of a oncoming 18 wheeler, he was going down hill and would have had no chance to stop.
When i saw that i was about to become his new hood ornament i accelerated then came to a stop in a some grass on the other side of the intersection.
My tires are goodyear wrangler ats with about good tread.
I drive in snow when ever we have any, everything from front wheel drive cars, to a rear wheel drive crown vic, to a grand cherokee and now the taco. I have never experianced an abs system like this before, it is very sensitive.
Stay safe, i have to go clean the mess out of my pants after this incident