Still Not Much . . .

going on here with Jan gone.

In between rain showers I did get outside  and installed the Wiper Huggies I mentioned yesterday. I may have a better understanding on why they don’t work very well for some users.

It’s very easy to install them upside down as the instructions are somewhat confusing. And of course if they’re upside down, they’re pulling the wiper blades away from the windshield, not toward it. Which kind of defeats the whole purpose. I’ll let you know how they work out.

I got my toad tow light test box working and it shows that there’s definitely a problem with my lights. And it’s an intermittent problem since they worked before we left Canyon Lake.

So now I’ll have to get under the truck and trace the wire harness from front to back to see where the problem is. More fun!

Tomorrow I’ll drive back over to Gina’s and pick up Jan. Then Sunday we’ll do some last minute grocery shopping, and then get ready to travel on Monday.

We’ll be heading about 350 miles out I-10 to Saddleback Mountain RV Park in Balmorhea, TX. There we’ll wait for Nick and Terry Russell to catch up with us before we head further west.

Jan’s coming home tomorrow.

Yay!

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Thought for the Day:

"There is no way of proving your point to someone whose income and position depend upon believing the contrary." — Sydney Harris

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2 Responses

  1. May be totally unrelated but Mike was having the same problem with the lights on our jeep. Both filaments of the bulb were shorted together somewhere inside the bulb making testing it nearly impossible. Both sides of the bulb tested OK, the only way he found it was by changing bulbs. He too spent several hours trying to track his problem, following the wires, etc.

  2. Janna,

    I thought about that, and if I don’t find anything wrong with the harness, I’ll check that.

    Thanks for the info.

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