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Old 11-19-2019, 10:18 PM   #1
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Now my truck is giving me the business....

I have to admit I some what lax on the seat belt thing....I know I know I should always have it on but I don't around town and I always do on the freeways and highways......until now. See my old Chevy had had a light that would just stay on. I got pretty good at ignoring it while driving to Home Depot or the grocery store.


So a couple days ago, I was on my way to somewhere local, got in the truck, turned on the radio put it in gear and got out into the street and the radio went silent! What the....?
I looked at the gauges and there was a message for me to "buckle the seat belt to un-mute the radio" My wife gives me the business about this all the time.....and now my truck does it too.....How did she get my truck to do that?
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From one Archie to another Archie....Put on your dang seat belt.

Women married to guys named Archie are very creative. They have to be.
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From one Archie to another Archie....Put on your dang seat belt.

Women married to guys named Archie are very creative. They have to be.

How true that statement is.
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