We traveled on Hwy 2 from Browning to Kaspell. What was being done was chip sealing which caused the road to be shut down on one lane and a pilot car used to lead vehicles, or a stop light to hold traffic.
However, trying another route will probably lead you into other road work.
I felt lonely if I did not see a Orange Work Ahead sign about every hour.
2001 2500 Silverado LS 4x4 6.0, 4.10
2007 Jayco Eagle 288RLS
Cocktails for 6, Dinner for 4, Sleeps 2
End of dirt road, no signs in sight, sun going down: I am not lost, just getting ready to go camping.
When I found a place to pull over it was lightly raining and several water puddles were around the area. When I found the problem I made a new wire harness out of nylon string and tied up the wires. Fix held until we returned home. I call my Jayco Eagle FORD II (fix and repair daily)
Pure fiction. The giveaway? Claiming DW won at the casino!
Great report, and funny, too. As for the codes, we began getting those on a return, thankfully, on our way back up into the mountains a couple weeks ago. The problem was basically the same. A clip fell of and allowed rubbing through the insulation on a wire near the brake of our Jayco. We're still in warranty though.
'11 Eagle 320RLDS
'02 Ford F350 DRW 7.3 PSD, PacBrake,
6.0 cooler, Ford AIS, Isspro trans. gauge
Flashpaq tuner, AirLift airbags
2013 Ford Expedition King Ranch