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RE: Chasing No left turn Signal on Trailer With Ram Truck

I had a similar problem, but with a Ford. 10 years ago I added airbags. This year the trailer lights stopped working. Fuse OK, relay OK, now what? I traced the wiring inch by inch and found that the tube to add air to the airbags was rubbing against the wiring harness. 10 years later, to wore through a wire. No damage to the airbag air tube, however. Maybe no help to you, but you may have to trace the wire to see where it is broken.
jhgerhart 09/14/21 09:08am Tow Vehicles
RE: Flash finally coming to an end

I think flash was more about displaying animated adv content, gifs etc.. And shock wave animations and games , I still have some that I modified, or created, used to do some stuff for cellphone mods, even a few easy PC games, Ported a few from phone to pc, and pc to phone Doing the programming on my laptop Some wallpaper and clock slideshow apps for the phone, I never thought of flash when reading PDF documents Never thought PDF when creating shockwave content Adobe Acrobat is for documents If I am not mistaken, the reference to Adobe was because Adobe now owns Flash and Shockwave since acquiring Macromedia.
jhgerhart 12/10/20 10:42am Technology Corner
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