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BSUPC

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  • My. T.C.'s Year
    2012

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  1. Managed to kill Bambi on the way home Saturday morning. I may be losing my membership card. :( Man I hope they do not total this thing out.
  2. Bust a shin on that hitch probably. Congrats on the purchase Jiquay.
  3. Jacks

    I love getting an email on my phone and opening up the gmail app to see the Harbor Freight email with the coupons. But jacks are a great tool that we all have to have and use at some point. I am looking for a good floor jack to put in my OH CRAP tote in the van and move the scissor jack to a only if I have to role. And that is another topic right there, the OH CRAP tote. Something everyone should have tucked away in the vehicle. Might have to inventory mine one day on here. Unless someone else wants to start that topic off. Never know when you going to need tools and common parts.
  4. Jacks

    Here is some good advice on tools that was given to me by my Dad and is so very true. If you are going to use a tool to make a living then spend the money to get the best and you well get your money back in profits. If you are going to use the tool for personal use only then get the cheap stuff because you will break it and lose it. Better to have the best on the job when it has to work, and the cheapest at the house when you cant find it or its broken. (I liked to take his tools outside and leave them when I was younger) But one thing to remember is to never compromise on safety for savings. Now back to putting my harbor freight tools back into my harbor freight toolbox. I like saving money also.
  5. Jacks

    I would have thunk it would to.
  6. Fuel filler security

    Let's get back on topic here everyone.
  7. salvaged parts source

    Just as a heads up, neither of the links in your post work.
  8. Electrical Question

    Now that is some sound advice.
  9. I make it a point not to delete stuff unless it is a issue, or the poster wants it removed. So if you wish it to be gone I can make it happen, just say the word.
  10. #1 The 2012 Gen 1 you are talking about does not have the horn honk features at all. All you will ever get is the lights flashing for the doors being locked. And the lovely sound like mrtn said. Those locks will wake the crew on the International Space Station the are so loud. lol #2 This could be a number of things. The air pressure may be lower than what the TPMS sensors are set for. A battery could be dead in one or more sensor. One or more sensors maybe broken. I would suggest taking it to a tire shop like Discount Tire or others and have them check the sensors. #3 The cruise control light does not come on till you hit the set button. If it still does not come on but does engage the cruise, then I would look into the led being burnt out.
  11. Break pad light on

    First I would start with the cheap and easy fix by checking to make sure you have enough brake fluid. Then I would hook up an code reader and see what the code is that is being tripped if the fluid is good. Also I assume you bled the brakes after the brake job.
  12. Possible first time owner

    I cant take credit for the catch. It was our members that caught it and reported it. Our members make my job easy, cant ask for a better group.
  13. Possible first time owner

    The two spam bots have been removed. Anytime you see these things popup in a thread or any where on the forum, please use the report feature and it will be dealt with.
  14. The only thing I can add to what PhotoAl and GBL have already said it this. If you are taking it to the same guy each time for the repairs, it may be time for a second opinion. Sometimes a fresh set of eyes on a problem can shed great light into the darkness. I have never paid any attention to the area around the converter on my 2012's to comment on the heat shield.
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