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Trsnrtr 04-10-20 05:33 PM


Originally Posted by ls01 (Post 21411797)
Man. I have icecream on the brain.

I'm having a lot of cravings, too, for foods that I rarely eat. I don't know if it's because of the stressful times or what. :foo:

LesterOfPuppets 04-10-20 05:34 PM


Originally Posted by datlas (Post 21411040)
It's my special day and I didn't get an email from BF like in past years.

Sad!

Well, Happy Birthday! :bday: :bday: :bday:

big john 04-10-20 05:36 PM


Originally Posted by abshipp (Post 21411794)
New observation:

Key "Off":
  • hazards work correctly
  • L/R signal lever: no action

Key "ACC"
  • hazards work correctly
  • L/R signal lever position
    • L: driver side lights illuminate
    • R: driver side lights illuminate

Engine Running:
  • hazards INOP
  • L/R signal lever position
    • L: no action
    • R: driver side lights illuminate

:wtf:

Still sounds like a BCM but I really can't help from here, if I was still at the job I could talk to the guy who do that stuff all day. One thing I do sometimes is test the voltage on different fuses related to the circuits in question. If you get low voltage on a fuse that could be a clue, like 8 or 9 volts and the others are 12. Try to find grounds and make sure they're good.

sfrider 04-10-20 05:44 PM


Originally Posted by datlas (Post 21411040)
It's my special day and I didn't get an email from BF like in past years.

:bday: :beer:

sfrider 04-10-20 05:52 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 21411536)

Yeah man, I wouldn't want to get caught dead with those socks! :eek:

Bah Humbug 04-10-20 05:56 PM


Originally Posted by abshipp (Post 21411794)
EVAP is persistent.

New observation:

Key "Off":
  • hazards work correctly
  • L/R signal lever: no action

Key "ACC"
  • hazards work correctly
  • L/R signal lever position
    • L: driver side lights illuminate
    • R: driver side lights illuminate

Engine Running:
  • hazards INOP
  • L/R signal lever position
    • L: no action
    • R: driver side lights illuminate

:wtf:

You could probably get Netflix to buy a miniseries from you about this. I'd watch.

LAJ 04-10-20 05:59 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21411717)
You said it kept running after you turned it off? Could be backfeeding somewhere but might be the BCM. Good luck, if you had a good scan tool it might help.

Saw a Camaro with the 3.4 v6 where someone installed a heavy duty clutch and the extra force would wear out the thrust bearing on the crankshaft. Coming to a stop the engine would stall because the crank would move so far forward it would lose the crank sensor signal. I learned something that day.

I've heard of that, just never knew anyone that actually experienced it. Nice.

LAJ 04-10-20 06:11 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21411814)
Still sounds like a BCM but I really can't help from here, if I was still at the job I could talk to the guy who do that stuff all day. One thing I do sometimes is test the voltage on different fuses related to the circuits in question. If you get low voltage on a fuse that could be a clue, like 8 or 9 volts and the others are 12. Try to find grounds and make sure they're good.

So much is a request, nowadays. Look in the BCM, see if there is a request for the particular signal, see if stuff can be operated with the scan tool, and as big john says, check fuses. First time I saw one dim headlight on a later model GM, I was ready to get busy.... Luckily, the first thing I do is pull a wiring diagram, and give it a look. I saw separate fuses for the right and left headlight (???) Left side was blown, and voltage was back feeding through the right circuit to the left bulb.

ls01 04-10-20 06:13 PM


Originally Posted by Trsnrtr (Post 21411808)
I'm having a lot of cravings, too, for foods that I rarely eat. I don't know if it's because of the stressful times or what. :foo:

its been months since I have indulged. Heck with it. Brb

Velo Vol 04-10-20 06:13 PM


Originally Posted by berner (Post 21411795)
I'm probably the oldest guy here except for Zona Tandem who has not been heard from for a while.This being so, I've likely experienced more aches and pains than anyone else here based on length of service and have devised solutions that may work for you. I've found in the case of my poor back, that the chiropractor does some manipulation and I can feel vertebrae pop back into place and discomfort disappear altogether of diminish. I reasoned that my neck is prone to the same issue.
THE CURE
Roll neck slowly left. Try not to break anything by rushing it. Then roll slowly to right. Repete a few times. Then reach to the back of the neck and you should feel one vertebrae that seems to be protruding. Push it around from left to right a few time and you should feel it pop back into place.

I do some neck exercises almost daily to maintain strength in the effected muscles and this helps minimize recurrence.

My vertebrae problems may come (my younger sister already had neck surgery), but this is pretty clearly a muscle pain.

It occurs to me this is a hard muscle to "rest." Even when I lay down it doesn't seem completely relaxed.

Velo Vol 04-10-20 06:14 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21411721)
Welcome to Car Talk. (sorry)

I don't think you're truly sorry.

berner 04-10-20 06:21 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 21411863)
My vertebrae problems may come (my younger sister already had neck surgery), but this is pretty clearly a muscle pain.

It occurs to me this is a hard muscle to "rest." Even when I lay down it doesn't seem completely relaxed.

A bundle of nerves runs down inside vertebrae. If the vertebrae is displaced, some of those nerves get pinched. Sometimes the pinched nerve may effect an arm of something well removed from the pinched area.

LAJ 04-10-20 06:25 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 21411863)
My vertebrae problems may come (my younger sister already had neck surgery), but this is pretty clearly a muscle pain.

It occurs to me this is a hard muscle to "rest." Even when I lay down it doesn't seem completely relaxed.

You need a MyPillow

big john 04-10-20 06:29 PM


Originally Posted by Velo Vol (Post 21411865)
I don't think you're truly sorry.

A little.

ls01 04-10-20 06:31 PM


Originally Posted by abshipp (Post 21411794)
EVAP is persistent.

New observation:

Key "Off":
  • hazards work correctly
  • L/R signal lever: no action

Key "ACC"
  • hazards work correctly
  • L/R signal lever position
    • L: driver side lights illuminate
    • R: driver side lights illuminate

Engine Running:
  • hazards INOP
  • L/R signal lever position
    • L: no action
    • R: driver side lights illuminate

:wtf:

check your bulbs. DO you have separate parking lights? Like the others suggested check your fuses too.
That is a weird one

ls01 04-10-20 06:32 PM

2004 Daytona 500 ? Why not

Bah Humbug 04-10-20 06:38 PM


Originally Posted by ls01 (Post 21411885)
2004 Daytona 500 ? Why not

IAAF WC from Doha, courtesy of NBC Sports Gold opening everything up free to anyone who subscribed to cycling.

big john 04-10-20 06:40 PM


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 21411846)
I've heard of that, just never knew anyone that actually experienced it. Nice.

OK one more car story. Had a truck that wouldn't start, had spark, injector pulse, fuel pressure and would almost fire up but as soon as it seemed like it was going to run it would peter out. 7.4 v8, high miles and it almost sounded like it was flooded. Crank sensor rpm seemed strange. Turned out the crankshaft was cracked but you could pry on the balancer and it wouldn't budge. Took a chance and pulled the balancer off and threaded a long bolt into the crank and when I leaned on the bolt, I could see the crank was broken. Was happy to find that.

WhyFi 04-10-20 06:42 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21411721)
Welcome to Car Talk. (sorry)

Which one of you is Click and which is Clack?

ls01 04-10-20 06:43 PM


Originally Posted by Bah Humbug (Post 21411892)
IAAF WC from Doha, courtesy of NBC Sports Gold opening everything up free to anyone who subscribed to cycling.

Nice !

LAJ 04-10-20 06:45 PM


Originally Posted by big john (Post 21411894)
OK one more car story. Had a truck that wouldn't start, had spark, injector pulse, fuel pressure and would almost fire up but as soon as it seemed like it was going to run it would peter out. 7.4 v8, high miles and it almost sounded like it was flooded. Crank sensor rpm seemed strange. Turned out the crankshaft was cracked but you could pry on the balancer and it wouldn't budge. Took a chance and pulled the balancer off and threaded a long bolt into the crank and when I leaned on the bolt, I could see the crank was broken. Was happy to find that.

I like it.

LAJ 04-10-20 06:45 PM


Originally Posted by WhyFi (Post 21411900)
Which one of you is Click and which is Clack?

Those guys were dangerous.

ls01 04-10-20 06:47 PM


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 21411905)
Those guys were dangerous.

but entertaining

Bah Humbug 04-10-20 06:48 PM


Originally Posted by ls01 (Post 21411902)
Nice !

It is! There are six days, 20 or so hours of content total, and some unexpectedly-compelling events like women's hammer and women's pole vault, which are stealing the show from the men's running events. Great human drama in those.

Velo Vol 04-10-20 06:55 PM


Originally Posted by sfrider (Post 21411834)
Yeah man, I wouldn't want to get caught dead with those socks! :eek:

I'm guessing they're compressions.


Originally Posted by berner (Post 21411871)
A bundle of nerves runs down inside vertebrae. If the vertebrae is displaced, some of those nerves get pinched. Sometimes the pinched nerve may effect an arm of something well removed from the pinched area.

I'm no doctor but I'm going with muscle. I'm going to try stretches/rolls to see if it helps.


Originally Posted by LAJ (Post 21411877)
You need a MyPillow

Never seen one. Hard pass if they're fat. Velo Vol only rolls with thin ones.


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