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Old 03-20-2019, 02:40 PM
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I seem to remember using the torch to heat something on a vehicle a few years ago in the back and some how I heard a woof and saw the plastic gas tank expand like it took in a deep breath and then it exhaled and contracted, but fortunately nothing exploded. Anyone else have any close calls

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Do you mean like the time last week when the skid steer I was working on nearly ran me over ?
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I had a 2005 2500 Duramax silverado that I was working on for a intermittent bucking/going in to neutral concern. I duplicated the concern on the service drive..I opened the hood and disconnected the grey connector at the tcm to see If I could at least get reverse and 3rd gear.. went back and plugged the connector back in and all I heard was a solenoid clicking on and the truck jumped in reverse...thank god I jumped off the ladder fast enough to move around the door and mash the brake pedal with my palm...I Guess the prndl wasn't working on the truck (there is a bulletin for that) I stuck it in reverse on accident...the boss was watching the whole thing too...
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