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Old 07-17-2013, 12:02 PM   #15
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It also depends on what you call a "false alarm." If the system is telling you what its supposed to tell you, then its not false. Not every piece of information is an emergency.

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Old 07-17-2013, 12:57 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by JFXG View Post
It also depends on what you call a "false alarm." If the system is telling you what its supposed to tell you, then its not false. Not every piece of information is an emergency.

How true that is!

I know it wasn't meant to be funny JFXG, but when I read it, I almost fell out laughing here at work!

I needed that!


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In reference to all this information. I had my sister in-law in a borrowed car. I asked her if she was going to get gas as the yellow fuel light was on. She said she would wait until it turned red. I had to inform her it doesn't turn red. Empty its still empty and the gage was on E.
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Old 07-21-2013, 05:56 AM   #18
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While in the Ozark mountains I checked my pressures several times with an air gauge and the tire minder. Where my air gauge was showing 83 pounds the sensor kept showing 79 pounds on this one particular tire. When I was getting ready to come back home the tire minder was showing everything about 5 pounds higher until I plugged in the charger. Then everything came down to where they should have been. I will keep it plugged in all the time in the future.

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