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Old 09-25-2018, 06:25 PM   #1
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Workhorse UFO owners.

Had brake light problems with my georgetown 391 ts. Everything checked out ok but still no lights. GUYS at Bogarts RV shop in Las Cruses, NM figured it out. Re-programmed dash computer. How knew. Works great now.
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Great to hear. I see you live in El Paso, I live on El Paso's Westside and work at Ft. Bliss.
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I have to admit I never would have thought about that.
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Thats great it got figured out Mike,

As a fellow UFO owner I will keep this in mind.
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