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Old 02-21-2007, 05:16 PM
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I was in 4 wheel on pack snow & ice i went about 50 miles and pulled over and put in reverse, and a buzzer started beebing only in 4 wheel and reverse is this normal or do i have to take to you no where it dose not do it in 2 wheel.I am going to try it tomorrow again.This is the longes drive in 4 wheel in its life.F350

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Old 02-21-2007, 05:18 PM
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Can you rewrite that in english please?
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Some times when you are not finish with a thread and you have a 6 & 4 year old and one of them hit the post on the laptop it can be a problem.
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LOL kids are funny that way, as far as your question havent a clue, but I'm gonna check it out with my truck.
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Well Hayman, I think the problem can be solved with a simple offer of CANDY, then you can get on with the important things (your truck) hahaha.
Perhaps it is just a warning to let you know that it's in reverse, and to take it easy?

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Mine don't do that! I would think your truck is telling you something is wrong w/ your 4x4 system, but that is just a thought. If it's under warranty, take it in and make sure a DIESEL TECH looks at it.
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Well Hayman, I think the problem can be solved with a simple offer of CANDY, then you can get on with the important things (your truck) hahaha.
Perhaps it is just a warning to let you know that it's in reverse, and to take it easy?

Gord.
That is what i was thinking but i don't know.i didn't get a chance to try it today i been blading the snow it hit hard over a foot and still coming.
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WOW, I've been running around in a t-shirt and sunglasses all day, It was just gorgeous here. Good thing you have all those atv's to move the snow with hahaha, saves me mailing my snow shovel to you.

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I do mine with a little more then a snow shovel hahaha a Galion motor grader 14 foot blade i take care of 3 miles on my place 2 1700 ton barns got to keep it all open to get the semis in & out loaded with Alfalfa Hay
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OK ---unwraping the snow shovel. hahaha, sounds like it would be more fun than work.

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