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The other day I was pulling out my old CB wires and pulled the passenger side kick panel off to access the wire. I removed the wire and tapped the panel back into place. Not knowing anything was wrong I got in the truck the ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 11-11-2011, 10:43 AM
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The other day I was pulling out my old CB wires and pulled the passenger side kick panel off to access the wire. I removed the wire and tapped the panel back into place. Not knowing anything was wrong I got in the truck the next morning to drive to work. All was fine for the first mile or so, and then all the sudden my truck started to act like she was starving for fuel. She had no power and just didn’t want to move. Pulled over and drained water in fuel. No change in truck performance. Dang I’m stuck and broke down. I then remember seeing a switch on the passenger side kick panel. Pushed, reset and all was good. After some research I found out that this switch is a safety in the case of an accident and when bumped it will trip.

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hey good call hooser,got a question for ya.on my 99 f350,my reset button is in the down position,so does that mean it has been reset once already.........
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i think the button is supposed to be down.

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hey good call hooser,got a question for ya.on my 99 f350,my reset button is in the down position,so does that mean it has been reset once already.........
Yes it is a red button and it should be in the down position. You will know when you reset it. it is tripped you will push it down about a 1/4 inch and hear a click.
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hey hooser thanks for the reply bro,this is my first powerstroke.always drove peterbilt cummins,and gas pickups..............
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Glad i can help. Welcome to diesel bombers, this is a great site and there are a lot of knowledgeable individuals on this forum.
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welcome bud feel free to ask about anything we r here to help
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Old 11-29-2011, 05:38 PM
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^^ i'm not sure how well that's going to work...
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