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Old 10-07-2012, 12:47 PM   #15
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The GM website says that it does by auto braking the trailer brakes. It applies brakes on the tv on each brake independently of the others in order to maintain control. The question is does it do that on trailer brakes too? As another post said , I don't see how, but clearly it can apply the trailer brakes without driver input if needed. That is how I read it in the GM description of Stabiltrack and Trailer Sway Control.

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