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Trucks and what we do to them.

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    Oops! I played in some mud today that took me up a steep side of a muddy pass. I didn't take off my hitch and plowed the earth with it....I forgot. The hitch is fine of course but my step didn't make it. It was just aluminum and snapped in the middle. Not for off road use. Lol!

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    This was the first time my tires saw some real mud and they did great. It also reminded me why I stopped getting muddy. The clean up SUCKS!
     
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    1 owner 27k mile 2003 Chevy 4x4, tach and gas gauge Are the only ones that work. got an all over paint job last fall, tires and alignment today. 20210325_110122.jpg
     
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    My 2004 Jeep Wrangler gauges did something like that. I found a suggestion online to disconnect both battery cables and touch them together. It worked and returned the gauges to their correct positions. I tired other things too like just disconnecting and reconnection but that didn't do it.

    Might be worth a try being it is a 2003.

    Makes my 2010 F150 now hitting 37k over the weekend look high mileage.
     
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    Just touch the connectors then. I know it sounds dumb and I didn't think it would work but it surprised me....but maybe that is a Jeep thing.
     
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    It's a simple and common correction that works in a variety of situations. All it does is discharge the ECU and forces a reboot or reset. Very handy when programming a Nissan key and the damn thing locks up (common on Nissan). Nothing to be lost by trying it.
     
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    Never! That's not a real truck. It's a toy truck. 2.0l motor and a 4 1/2 foot bed. Too damn small for me. I like my full size Chevy Silverado Z71 with a 4 inch lift, 36 inch tires and 410 hp.
     
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    The front trunk is freaking awesome!

     
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    Dude, I'm a big time truck guy and also not big on electric vehicles but that truck is pretty damn nice.
     
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    It would certainly be my choice out of what is available.
     
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    Has a lot of instant horsepower and a lot of instant torque. Plus being a generator that is able to power your whole house for 3 days is pretty awesome.
     
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