With any luck, and disavowing my earlier professed love of winter, I'm on my way to Florida as you read this sequel to my pickup truck story. It's a Luddite pilgrimage. This is a perfect use for a footnote but the explanation of what a Luddite is, is just too good to bury at the bottom of the page.
My trouble started when I flipped on the right turn signal and all of the signals started flashing. That actually seemed like Nike Zoom Bb 1
"Yes," the guy says, "but we stuff the old one under the back seat someplace where you never see it again." I hope nobody turns it on by accident and tunes it in to a religious station. I'll think I'm hearing voices. I'll need religion if some airport security checkpoint spots a digital clock ticking away under the back seat.
"You mean I have two radios," I ask naively?
for road noise the cruise control might not work because it all interacts electronically.
an ideal situation for Florida where they duct tape their blinker down and let it click for the life of the car; the land where Porsches can't do less than 95 and no Cadillac can do over 45; the land of grapefruits, manatees and hanging chads.
Since I have a warranty that may actually outlast the payments, I wheeled in to my dealer who replaced the blinker switch. A day later, it started again.
This goes off in all sorts of directions. If you put a remote start on your car, it might lock up your security system, warming up the car but leaving you out in the cold. My service advisor tells me that was a big one right after Christmas.
My solution, I'm told, is simple since the place where I bought the radio knew exactly what I was talking about. A 59 dollar wiring harness was on the counter before I finished telling the guy Nike Lebron I
The days of just upgrading your radio with a new one off the rack and a couple of twisted wires or adding one exotic rear seat speaker are gone. Your radio isn't just a radio anymore. If it isn't the heart of your car, it is certainly the pacemaker.
This time, a different service advisor tuned in to the problem right away because of what happened to his wife's car. He put in an after market radio and the speedometer quit. He also pointed out that the chime that tells me I've left the key in the ignition isn't working.
"Well, it's simple enough. This lets you leave the new CD player/radio in the dash while we plug your old factory radio back into the circuitry."
So if you see a factory radio in the next Kingswood Rummage Sale, buy it. You may be able to ransom it back to the seller at a healthy profit when he discovers his car won't run without the radio.
It's not a religious order, though it could become one. The Luddites came into being in Britain at the dawn of the industrial age. The Luddites were against anything modern because machines were putting people out of work. It was the 19th Century version of outsourcing.
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