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Old 08 Jan 2005, 02:31 pm
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Default MY BAD

Big mistake. I had my novilty horn installed inside the wheel well, and it worked just fine untill we got 2 feet of snow. Now the snow got up under the wheel well and shorted out the horn, relays and other connections. Now my horn doesn't work, and it shorted out my neon as well. I HATE SNOW. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 08 Jan 2005, 05:40 pm
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Location: Tallahassee, FL, USA.
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I thought the Pt could ride on water.

Well the heat down here has got to be good for something.
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Old 08 Jan 2005, 06:59 pm
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Location: El Cajon, CA, USA.
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That's why all the factory stuff has those neat connectors, and why they can't just come out with stuff. It's gotta be tested under ALL conditions people use stuff.

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Old 09 Jan 2005, 02:18 am
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your not kidding....this last snow bites....

I'm thinking of taking off my sidepipes for
the winter....


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Old 09 Jan 2005, 11:32 am
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I'm with you Gary.I HATE SNOW!!!!!
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Old 10 Jan 2005, 02:30 am
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Gary, I can sympathize. Knoxville TN has had a warm front. Last week we had highs in the high 60's. Well thursday night, and friday night, a cold front came in and created a frost. I unfortunately parked my car at the top of our driveway near the bottom of the mountain.

WELL, friday night, the cold weather and moisture came in, and well, Yesterday morning my car was unlocking and locking the door locks on its own. I understand that condensation/moisture can cause it. I unhooked the battery, and went through all the codes for the locks. It apparently fixed it.

I think the FREAK change of climate contributed to this. I also found out that my neighbor has a FREAKin garage full of remote control planes, helicopters, etc. Hmm...could it be that?
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