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Old 09-23-2007, 02:48 PM   #1
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Spent the night in Milsfield NH last night, went to leave this morning and no Instument clusster, No Tach. No Speedo. Stop in Errol to have breakfast and get out the OM. Check all the fuses that say anything to do with dash or Inst.... None Burnt, Reseat all fuses in the interior box. Hit the key and back to normal, there are some real bad sections of road up in that area, my fillings came loose I'm not surprised the fuse did. The Bilsteins go on Wednesday Morning. The color is really taking off up north right now.

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Spent the night in Milsfield NH last night, went to leave this morning and no Instument clusster, No Tach. No Speedo. Stop in Errol to have breakfast and get out the OM. Check all the fuses that say anything to do with dash or Inst.... None Burnt, Reseat all fuses in the interior box. Hit the key and back to normal, there are some real bad sections of road up in that area, my fillings came loose I'm not surprised the fuse did. The Bilsteins go on Wednesday Morning. The color is really taking off up north right now.

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Old 09-24-2007, 04:10 AM   #3
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03HRVacationer, Look under your dash for the large plug-in of electrical wires. Some call it a cannon plug. Mine did the same thing on the roads in Oklahoma and it was loose,heard a "click" when I pushed on it. Then every thing worked,and has since that event, 4 years ago. Good Luck!!!
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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by 03HRVacationer:
there are some real bad sections of road up in that area, my fillings came loose I'm not surprised the fuse did. The Bilsteins go on Wednesday Morning.
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Think real hard about putting on Bilstein's! If you have a rough ride now, you certainly will after those are installed. I would do as most of us have done, and ditch the Bilsteens and install Koni FSD shocks for a much more controled and smooth ride.
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