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Old 09-11-2012, 06:11 PM   #16
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Excellent write up with great pics Shorts!!!

No issues with mine but at least if I do have any I will NOT be going to the dealer!!
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Old 09-11-2012, 08:44 PM   #17
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Thanks Rockcrawler. I'm hoping Mods can make this a sticky so I can bump it to the top when I need to
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Thanks Rockcrawler. I'm hoping Mods can make this a sticky so I can bump it to the top when I need to

Since you went there....... I was going to ask you if you had video of your MFS falling to the ground?
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Most definitely worthy of becoming a sticky.
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Since you went there....... I was going to ask you if you had video of your MFS falling to the ground?
no If my house had a surveillance system...it would catch all kinds of dumm. You shoulda seen me fall off the step stool that I crawled up to peek under the hood


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Hi Shorts..I must not have something enabled in my profile b/c I dont see any pics...Thanks
The are imbedded in the posts themselves. You must have some issue with your browser, an add-on, etc....


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Shorts, just seeing this, jam up job! Been noticing my wipers going a little spastic lately, maybe the mfs needs a tune up.
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The man I bought my truck from had a problem with the wipers also. Lucky it didnt show up with me, Truck going to the dealer this morning..thanks
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Hi Shorts..I must not have something enabled in my profile b/c I dont see any pics...Thanks

Ok. There is a setting you can check.

1. Go to "User CP" link there at the top left of the page header

2. Go to "Edit Options" link in the left hand menu

3. Scroll down and you will see this. Check the box to "Show Images". Save your settings and you should be good to go.

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Thanks Shorts...I checked that the other day and they were on. I turned them off restarted program and then back on. Same result...oh well.

Good news!! The dealer fixed my turn signal as EW. You and this forum saved me money. On the way to pick it up

THANKS EVERYONE FOR THE GREAT HELP!!
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Was there not a mileage limit if they would replace the MFS or not?

I believe my letter said there was and I was over the limit.
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This on your 06? Mine's different as I have to remove the steering wheel (a little more involved with the removal).
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This on your 06? Mine's different as I have to remove the steering wheel (a little more involved with the removal).
Correct, on my 06. Are you certain the wheel has to come off? I did some research before starting my repair. I did find that originally the procedure did call for steering wheel removal. This would enable that big black plastic collar to slip off. However the procedure was amended when it was determined it was an unnecessary step. I will have a look to see if I can find that document.
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