Won’t work either, you can tap throttle, tap brake, put in gear, if you don’t move it shuts off in 5, have even had one shut off after just moving at train track.
I might have something in my wife's nightstand?That use to work, but since we had too many roll away we had to reprogram the ecu to shut off even with the P brake released, constant rpm with no speed input should also shut it down.
But if you come up with a device to pump the fuel pedal up and down that should work :)
That blow up Ken doll in her drawer probably won’t work either.I might have something in my wife's nightstand?
Actually I know some cops who did that very thing once because they were required to do x amount of miles a night on patrol. Till they figured out the speedo was on the front wheels. Our tax dollars at work!Or just jack up the drive axle(s), put jack stands underneath for safety, set the cruise control to 63 mph and watch the miles accumulate as you sit there comfortably getting paid for all that distance covered!
Long ago cops in town used to sleep in their cars late at night behind a local body shop. I was so often tempted to silently sneak up and light an ash can or cherry bomb and flip it under the car and then watch the reaction. Never quite found the guts to try it though.Actually I know some cops who did that very thing once because they were required to do x amount of miles a night on patrol. Till they figured out the speedo was on the front wheels. Our tax dollars at work!
stay awake !!!Can anyone tell me how to bybass the idle shutdown
That blow up Ken doll in her drawer probably won’t work either.
bastard p&d guys? and here i thought we were friends... see if I pick anymore freight to put in your trailer......Do like that guy Maxi, over at T Force wants to do. Have the company change linehaul to day runs, when the suns out, take a pay cut though, and have those bastard p and d guys run at night. I’m sure all the customers will want to ship their freight out at night, too…