I do not believe the reset had anything to do with solving the issue as I had a similiar problem just after buying new tires. I was going about 80 and tried to increse my speed to avoid a car changing lanes. I noticed the truck shudder and govern the power down as if I were sliding.
I slowed down to 60 and then incresed my speed with the same result. It seemed as if any sudden increase would cause my traction control to activate....if I slowly increased it worked fine.
After parking the truck all day I drove home that night and could not duplicate the problem regardless of speed or sudden increases in speed. This was the first drive since my new tire swap and I believe the computer had to simply calibrate to the new tires....I went from a 245/75/16 to a 265/70/16 so it should have been close in actual diameter.
Of course I may be wrong however it seemed to repair itself after I drove for a while and then parked the truck. I have been about 700 miles on the tires after that first day and have yet to have the problem return. Sounds weird to me however when I called the dealer that first day the shop guy said he had no idea what could be wrong and wanted me to bring it in for testing. Now I have no idea how our trucks computers work so this is just a guess on my part....good luck.