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Old 10-09-2006, 01:36 PM   #1
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This morning after storing the jacks and letting it run for a few minutes, my front air gauge read 150 and the light was on! I stepped on the brakes about 10 times and it normalized back to about the 110-120 range...first time this has happened....anything to worry about, or what happened??
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This morning after storing the jacks and letting it run for a few minutes, my front air gauge read 150 and the light was on! I stepped on the brakes about 10 times and it normalized back to about the 110-120 range...first time this has happened....anything to worry about, or what happened??
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My best guess is a glitch in the ECM boot up. I've had zero pressure on both with alarms but knew it was not 0 PSI. Switched off and back on and all was okay.
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Peter......likewise here with ole number #16.

Turned her off and right back on and she behaved.
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I feel cheated! There's a problem we haven't seen!
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Now...now, you've had the slde locks and we've not had THAT,so THERE!!
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be patient....could be JUST around the corner
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