week 6 past surgery dr giving me a good report on my knee, said no P.T. for me yet , he says sometimes they get to aggressive with it and do damage,so told me to continue what i am doing and see me in 2 weeks so i said can that be 3 weeks and he said why 3 and said well i have trip planned to go play poker at the casnio and he said do it and win extra $$ for him as well. So i got in the drivers side of the journey and had took off my brace,and had plenty of room and went for a drive didnt have no problems and felt real comfortable so i am ready to go now,tired of sitting in this chair for 2 months ......
well here is an update on the journey repair was having to wait till 9 /26 to put it in at the body shop and state farm sent their adjuster out and he examined my bumper and took pic and then printed out a bunch of paperwork and then left and then about 2 hrs later i get an email from state farm saying they are sending a check for $862 ( my body shop est was around 989.) and that if the repair goes above that the body shop could contact them to see if they would pay more, so any way while waiting for the check i got out there and gorilla glued the tiny spot where the bumper skin was cracked and then used some touch up paint and dam it looks pretty good you can still see the spot if i pointed it out to you but if you are not looking for it , you probably would not see it. kind of blends in with the other 5 yrs worth of rock scratches and or bug spots or scratches on the bumper....so i got the check today in my name only, so i am just about to cash the check it let it go as is..i would post some pics but dont know how with this old flip phone
OhareFred's got the solution. This happened to me twice.
Disconnect the negative terminal from under the hood. Wait 30 minutes. (why the negative? Because it's easiest to remove, and has a neat plastic loop that keeps it neatly in place, near the grounding post).
As a bonus info;
IF this issue is reoccurring, and eventually results in being unable to start or sustain the engine running: It's FCA's friendly way of telling you the battery needs replacement.
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