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Old 10-21-2018, 07:33 PM
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OK I have a 2012 F450 and under the fuse box I found alot and I mean ALOT of corrosion. I cleaned it up as best I could and sprayed it with some electric grease. But still having the same issues of circuits staying open.No start, The stealership recommends a new fuseblock. Darned expensive. and alot of time. This is caused by the chemicals they put on the roads in the winter. It ate up my rims. and totally wiped out the wiring on my GN trailer. And is bubbling up the powder coat. Its some wicked **** and it dont wash off. Any of the northern brothers having the same issue?
 
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Old 10-21-2018, 10:58 PM
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YA I here you. Here in southeast Ohio they have using some crap they have been using for quite awile. It eats its way into the pavement so it will not wash away when it gets wet or it rains. This stuff remains in the roadway for a long, long time. Even in the summer you can see the white crystals along side of the highway. It ate the exhaust off the wifes Jeep, and rusted up most of the bottom of her car. When it rains you can see it foaming up on the roadway. Even when you spray off the bottom of you car or truck, you can still see a white film on it. Might as well park in the ocean LOL
 
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