If statement executes although it (seems) to be FALSE

Hi,

A little bit of help needed here. The if statement in this loop is very stuborn… it executes even though it is blatantly false… There is a variable issue thing hidden somewhere in here but I can’t seem to find it… All of these variables have been initiated as int and equel to zero. Anyone?

void loop() {
  Throttle    = analogRead(Xpin);  // read the input pin
  ThrottleMap = map(Throttle, 0, 1023, 0, 180);
  Turn        = analogRead(Ypin);  // read the input pin
  TurnMap     = map(Turn, 0, 1023, 0, 180);

if (abs(ThrottleMap-OldThrottleMap) >5 || abs(TurnMap-OldTurnMap) >5); {
  Serial.println("TRUE");
  HC12.print('<');
  if (ThrottleMap < 10) { HC12.print("00");}  // Two Leading zeros
  else if (ThrottleMap > 10 && ThrottleMap < 100) { HC12.print("0");}  // One Leading zero
  HC12.print(ThrottleMap);  //HC12.print(TurnMap);
  if (TurnMap < 10) { HC12.print("00");}  // Two Leading zeros
  else if (TurnMap > 10 && TurnMap < 100) { HC12.print("0");}  // One Leading zero
  HC12.print(TurnMap);  //HC12.print(TurnMap);
  HC12.print('>');
  Serial.print("abs(ThrottleMap-OldThrottleMap: ");Serial.print(abs(ThrottleMap-OldThrottleMap));Serial.print("\t\t");
  Serial.print("abs(TurnMap-OldTurnMap: ");Serial.println(abs(TurnMap-OldTurnMap));
  Serial.print("ThrottleMap: ");Serial.print(ThrottleMap); Serial.print("\t\t");Serial.print("OldThrottleMap: ");Serial.println(OldThrottleMap); 
  Serial.print("TurnMap: ");Serial.print(TurnMap); Serial.print("\t\t");Serial.print("OldTurnMap: "); Serial.println(OldTurnMap); 
  OldThrottleMap = ThrottleMap;
  OldTurnMap = TurnMap;
  } 
  delay(2000);
}

Attached is my debugging “window”…

Thanx!

No semicolon at the end of an if.

Oh man... thank you...