Okay internetted it and this piece seems to be a serious piece of machinery. Or better described as an evil robot. We’ve had trouble in the past driving, often on winding roads with deadly drop offs where the local DOT must have been hungover from the Christmas party when they decided where to put the guard rails, but anyway, this “yaw sensor” in my picture and as defined as such by Darkstar in his thread (http://www.sportsmobileforum.com/for...tml#post220710
) basically controls when the van thinks it should start locking up certain brakes. Ours has gone bad twice in the past, and when you’re driving down the road and suddenly one of the wheels locks up, there’s a grinding noise, and you have to correct the wheel to keep straight, it’s super frightening. I don’t know if removing it completely would stop that from ever happening (this is the evil robot, my van braking for me like some Terminator AI is living in the electrical system), which may be a bad thing on snowy roads but when it happens out of nowhere, again, very scary. Or if removing it entirely would cause the problem to reoccur. I mounted mine on a block of wood, as per Darkstar’s post, for now. Won’t have a chance to drive it again for a couple of months since we’re snowed in now, but will report back in case this is if I retest to anyone else.