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Old 11-07-2015, 08:20 AM   #15
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A harness getting rubbed through, a slit in a harness made by an installer while running wires through a grommet could be causing the issue. A screw through a harness while mounting something. All possible. This does not solve your issue but I have seen those issues many times. Yes they can cause all kinds of intermittents and problems that simply do not add up.

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Old 11-07-2015, 08:23 AM   #16
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If I can satisfactorily resolve the clearance issue of truck to installed motorcycle lift, I will be getting a 2015 Ford F-150 4WD. Supercrew, extended cab with the clamshell type doors, is around 4800#. No fuses to pull, just a switch maneuvering with the 4WD with to put the transfer case in neutral. From reading on a couple different forums, people owning and towing them report no problems. I have had other Ford pickups and all were trouble free. Currently have a 2011 but it's not flat towable so I'll upgrade to 2015. From what I understand, 2014 was the year Ford made the change.

The super crew, 4 conventional doors, is about the same weights. I want a single vehicle that will be a toad and driver when not on the road. This will fit my bill.

I was seriously considering a Jeep Liberty or Cherokee, BUT reading all the problems people have just driving them and especially towing, I won't go there. Yes I am sure there are people using them with no issues, YET. Hope they can keep that record.

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