So far he hasn't given me any type of plow advise. I almost wish he would
just so we could add another chapter to the book. Was it this group or the
chevy group where he was giving tire recommendations for plowing?? That was
some good reading also.
Relativly speaking...maybe. He's about a hour/hour and a half south of me.
That makes him more of a neighbor that say you or Red but he's still well
out of rifle range.
One of us would leave a better man, just can't decide who..... <BG>
Junk yard is sounding good!! LOL
> On 25 Jan 2007 20:35:59
> >Regardless, electrical issues are pretty tough to deal with.
> >best to take it to your local Dodge dealership.
> Or trade it. I know this sounds cruel but Dodges can be a pill
> thess kinds of problems sometimes. Each brand has its quirks
> and Dodge
> seems to have more than its fair sure of these kind when they
> older sometimes. It will not be cheap to trouble shoot and
> repair at a
> dealer so hold on to your checkbook.
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If you do decide to get rid of it (I hope you don't for this problem) find
out what the "auto recycler" will give you for it, then give us first shot
at it. I'd bet someone here would buy it from you for more than what a junk
yard would pay you. If the dash isn't cracked I'd buy that from you. ;^)
Anybody know why there are three Re:'s in the subject line? Is it a glitch
in Forte Free Agent or is it operator error?
And you need to trade in your computer. Or maybe your brain if all the
spelling errors are actually coming from you. Most idiots try to
correct thier issues but you just keep on posting to the world how
stupid you really are.
In my 2003, those things ARE on the same circuit, so it may just be a
fuse. On my truck, if you're standing in front with the cover off the
fuse box, it's the fourth one from the right (driver's side) on the
If this fuse blows, the ABS stops working, the speedo stops working,
and the warning lights you mention all come on. Additionally, the A/C
condenser fan (under the hood near the radiator) turns on and runs
when it's not supposed to be running.
I've heard that some guys who race their trucks pull this fuse to
temporarily block the top-speed limiter by disabling the speedo.
Could it be your husband did this before he left, and either (1)
forgot to replace it, (2) accidentally put it back in one of the empty
fuseholder positions, or (3) was in a hurry and didn't push it in all
On Jan 26, 2:46 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org (beekeep) wrote:
at least 13 billion. But Ford leads fullsize truck sales...
That said, American auto makers SERIOUSLY need to take notes on the
Korean and Japanese companies. The quality of American cars is such
garbage compared to overseas stuff...I dont get it, they've been
watching their numbers slip for so long now, and have had a good model
(Hyundai, Toyota, Honda etc etc) to emulate for a while now...
The perception is that the quality of American cars is garbage, but the
reality is quite different, Im afraid. In the most recent figures I've seen
the warranty expense PNVS is virtually the same vis a vis the Japs vs
American cars. Toyota is the acknowledged leader, but even they have
slipped a couple of percentage points in recent years. In our company we
have DaimlerChrysler, Nissan, GM, Mitsubishi, Kia, Aston-Martin and Jaguar
and Nissan has a higher warranty expense PNVS than any of the others with
the exception of Jaguar. DaimlerChrysler, BTW is the lowest. Contrary to
popular belief, the domestic manufacturers have made huge strides in
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