Originally Posted by Grumpy
Glad to hear it's fixed.
Did you pull fuse panel and check the connection there? Set screws have been known to be loose.
Iíll check when I get home. I just want to finally start relaxing & enjoying my vacation. That was supposed to start yesterday! Itís been a long, tiring 24 hours. Yesterday following my son, towing our old camper, along with the daughter-in law & 2 of my grandkids he started losing his breaks. Of course we are in the Hills of New Hampshire heading the Vermont. Every time he hit the brakes I could see his rear passenger wheel smoking. Pull over to look. I thought his break calibrator was frozen. Nope, exhaust melted a pin hole in his brake line. Every time he hit the brakes, fluid was spraying all over the underside of his truck & onto his rear wheel, causing the smoke. Long story short, drop his camper, left everyone there, safely off the road and found a garage that fixed the line.
Itís been an interesting vacation so far. I hope the rest of this vacation is Boring as hell.
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