Cleaning up a rats nest

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  1. BottleRocket

    BottleRocket Junior Member

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    I don't know how this truck didn't burn to the ground. It's all tidy'd up now.
     

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  2. crazzywolfie

    crazzywolfie Senior Member

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    so whats in the box?

    some days i wonder why my truck don't burn to the ground and then i remember it is a dodge. hard to kill them.
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  3. dodge dude94

    dodge dude94 Senior Member

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    One good thing about the usual rats nest on these trucks is that it's usually out in the open on the fender well. :D
     
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    Wow!!! I'm dealing with this too... what all did you do? What's the black box?
     
  5. The War Wagon

    The War Wagon Senior Member

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    AAAAUGH!!! :eek:


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  6. crazzywolfie

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    that black box is most likely a power distribution center of some sort. size and shape usually vary depending on what you pull it out of.
     

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