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post #11 of 21 Old 06-10-2016, 04:44 PM
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Gotcha. This one stuck out to me as it was red instead of the usual yellow one.


Ya. Mine too. I freaked out the first time I saw it. Then the second time it disappeared before I could get a picture.
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Not sure if this will help, but I brought my PRO4X to the dealership today to have another issue looked at (loose steering) and they installed an update for the ECU, said it had a recall due to computer throwing codes that wasn't valid. Mine has a little over 2k miles and has never given me any problems other than the steering, and that may be me just trying to believe something is wrong with it..... Hopefully this new update doesnt screw me!
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Not sure if this will help, but I brought my PRO4X to the dealership today to have another issue looked at (loose steering) and they installed an update for the ECU, said it had a recall due to computer throwing codes that wasn't valid. Mine has a little over 2k miles and has never given me any problems other than the steering, and that may be me just trying to believe something is wrong with it..... Hopefully this new update doesnt screw me!
That's a good thing-- at least they recognize there is room for improving the product.

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post #14 of 21 Old 06-11-2016, 08:50 PM
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Just had it happen again today while idling in the parking lot for about 3 minutes. Only this time it stayed on for about a minute. I'm going to take the truck in on Monday to have it checked out. The first time it happened was while driving on the highway and it only lasted 2-3 seconds.
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Mine hit today and I'm thankful for finding this forum so I could quit worrying until I get it to the dealer tomorrow. I was driving home on a country road at about 45mph when I crested a small hill and it came out, lasting for about 1 minute.
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Well @ 15,500 miles it came on an off three times coming up I75. The dealers says eithe DEF fluid or coolant.
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Low coolant will put you into limp mode. Only take about half a gallon to do it to.
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Low coolant will put you into limp mode. Only take about half a gallon to do it to.
For reals?!? Oh shoot - good to know. That would scare the crap outta me with all my tuning them limp mode without a clue. Thank you sir.
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No problem. Tuned or stock it will still happen. When you check the coolant level make sure to open the cap and actually look inside the tank to verify the level and not go by how it looks through the outside
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No problem. Tuned or stock it will still happen. When you check the coolant level make sure to open the cap and actually look inside the tank to verify the level and not go by how it looks through the outside
I can see through my reservoir real good (and have that milliom mile red color peak) but that may be wrong?
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