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Old 12-24-2007, 09:06 AM
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Electrical Issue Very Strange!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anbody ever have this happen before? I went fishing this morning, temps in the low 20s with a good wind chill in the single digits. Truck ran fine no problems. I go to retrieve the boat out of the river and in Parkand Overdrive I had a weird buzzing noise from what appeared to be under the truck, ABS light came on than my back up sensors and radio shut off. I got home checked the fuses and all the fuses were good, started the truck up and the radio and sensors were back on. The radio even had the correct time. Is this a loose wire/harness/coupler issue, a relay?????? No problem now, don't understand why it happened.
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Old 12-24-2007, 09:37 AM
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one time i was at school and for somereason i was pissed at my truck. i about went and traded it in because first there was a good oil leak and then my radio just shut off for a while and then the next time i started it it worked and said the right time. that was the only time it did that ever!!! i must of did that for a punisment to me for cussing at it lol oil leak was a oring on the valve cover minor fix!!!
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Did the plug in for trailer wires get wet? The only thing I can think is that maybe got some water in there or maybe a problem with the ground. Did you start it up again with out the trailer attached could be the trailer has a problem.
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Did the plug in for trailer wires get wet? The only thing I can think is that maybe got some water in there or maybe a problem with the ground. Did you start it up again with out the trailer attached could be the trailer has a problem.

I thought of that too. No when I started it up again at home the trailer wiring harness was plugged into the truck still.
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Maybe when you put in it got some ice built up on it and it broke off later. Seems strange maybe one of the tech's will see it and tell you what is up.
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