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Congrats bud :cheers: How old where ya when you bought that truck? 26? :tease:

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1 hour ago, JAG1 said:

Congrats bud :cheers: How old where ya when you bought that truck? 26? :tease:

48 to to be precise. 3 different decades of my life. Never would have guessed it back in 01.

 

43 minutes ago, IBMobile said:

WELL DONE! 

 

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The chickenator. Ooooooo!!!!!!

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Awesome!  I only have 162,000 miles to get to get to 500,000.

 

@dripley, I think you're about 9 miles past warranty getting that air bag light fixed.  I am I the process of building a house and a shop this summer - just moved to Baker City, Oregon in January.  So I am hoping no head gaskets or VP44 before then, otherwise I will have to borrow your roof that you used when you did your head gasket - that is, if your chickens don't mind.

 

- John

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17 hours ago, Tractorman said:

Awesome!  I only have 162,000 miles to get to get to 500,000.

 

@dripley, I think you're about 9 miles past warranty getting that air bag light fixed.  I am I the process of building a house and a shop this summer - just moved to Baker City, Oregon in January.  So I am hoping no head gaskets or VP44 before then, otherwise I will have to borrow your roof that you used when you did your head gasket - that is, if your chickens don't mind.

 

- John

It is packaged for pickup for anyone who wants to use it. The chickens don't  care.

 

The air has been on since I awapped the clock spring got the code read and it said the front drivers air bag squib was short circuited. I guess maybe I hooked it up backwards. Though from reading the code I would almost think it should have deployed if it shorted. But what do l know. Would like to get the light of though.

 

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1 hour ago, dripley said:

The air has been on since I swapped the clock spring

 

Did you center the clock spring before you installed it. 

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27 minutes ago, IBMobile said:

 

Did you center the clock spring before you installed it. 

The wheels were centered and I broke the seal on the new one when I installed it. I originally thought that when had everything apart the negative cable on the drivers side battery made contact with the negative post for at least a minute maybe more while the steering wheel was off. That did happen I know for sure. I was thinking maybe the computer saw it missing and set the light. I did try to clear the code that was set but it would not go away.

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5 hours ago, dripley said:

Would like to get the light of though

 

Just curious, have you tried getting the air bag code cleared at the dealer?  I don't know how it is with Dodge, but some auto manufacturers will allow ABS and Airbag codes to be read, but not cleared by after market diagnostic tools.  Maybe someone else knows that answer.

 

- John

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37 minutes ago, Tractorman said:

 

Just curious, have you tried getting the air bag code cleared at the dealer?  I don't know how it is with Dodge, but some auto manufacturers will allow ABS and Airbag codes to be read, but not cleared by after market diagnostic tools.  Maybe someone else knows that answer.

 

- John

Good question. I have avoided the dealer since they gave me the in tank pump for a grand. Lost my faith aftere that.

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On 3/13/2020 at 6:29 PM, dripley said:

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That's awesome.  I hope I can do that.

 

L8tr

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51 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

Man now that I'm retired medical driver I'm not going to be able to catch you now @dripley. I've got 410k miles but no where near 600k miles. Wow! Congrads to you my friend. 

Pictured might be blurred a little. Its only 500k. I am still good with that. If I do retire next year, 600k will take a while. But you never know. 

12 hours ago, Royal Squire said:

Curious what the blue wire is.  

My temporary remote starter wire. Got bad wire somewhere. It will start a once or twice then not again for a while. I need more than a fast weekend to dig into it. Thought the swithch was was bad and swapped. No joy.

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