Originally Posted by Springerdad
Interesting. I've never had any issues with my Silverado. Actually, never even thought to turn it off. Is that problem brand specific?
Not really but if you are having problems with sway and have a WD/Sway hitch and anti sway on in your truck try turning the anti sway feature off. Sway will be exagerated in a strong crosswind with both on. They work against each other and you will notice scuffing on the outside edges of your tires where sidewall and tread meet. I have had this problem with Chevy and Ford Anti Sway with two different trailers.
Lighter and shorter trailers will not need the WD/Sway hitch and the anti sway feature works great. Longer and heavier trailers that require a WD/Sway hitch are not very compatible with the anti sway feature that is built in to your TV. This is more prevalent with strong crosswinds.