I just noticed yesterday that with my cruise control on, the exhaust brake doesn't work. As soon as I clicked the cruise off, the exhaust brake light came on , and I could feel the exhaust brake kick in. Is this typical?? I have an 04 Revolution on a Freightliner Chassis.
BrianBoy I wish mine worked that way. With cruise on as soon as the RV accelerates a bit going down the hill, the exhaust brake comes on and I have to reset the cruise to get organized again.
You created this problem over a lengthy time period so you won't change it overnight. But...you can practice "putting your foot down" every chance you get and once you make a call, stick by it. Your in control of the situation.
I think we would all like to live in the perfect world where you could set your watch by any event. But if you work or have worked for a company over the years, you know that sometimes things happen and the best laid plan is foiled by the unexpected. Learn to monitor your blood pressure and don't let the small things bother you.
I dont' have the triangles but: On a breakdown on and interstate, I used the orange jack blocks or wheel blocks to warn that I was disabled. I just made a trail of the blocks standing on their edge and they proved to be very visible.
TRust me....if you don't pull the fuse, the battery will run down very quickly. Go ahead and ask me how I know that?
I did as others, a dedicated line from the battery to the Brake Buddy. No problems now.