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Old 02-02-2014, 11:42 PM #1
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No power to rear lift gate

As topic states. My wife told me the rear wiper and defrost no longer work. The button isn't lit on the dash. It's under warranty, has to go in next week anyhow for an oil change. But if it's something simple I'd rather just knock it out, thanks
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Please check and see if your rear window is up all the way.
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Please check and see if your rear window is up all the way.
If there's one thing I'd change about that window it'd be to have a separate lock for it. My dog occasionally steps on the switch and rolls it down a bit without me noticing right away.
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If there's one thing I'd change about that window it'd be to have a separate lock for it. My dog occasionally steps on the switch and rolls it down a bit without me noticing right away.
Amen. They roll it down about 1/2" every time, resulting in about 5lb per second of dust being sucked into the vehicle.
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You got it. I'll check to make sure it's up. Thanks!
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Off topic, but I cannot imagine letting my dogs have free range inside my vehicles. Must be a mess. Claws on plastic. Noses on glass. Hair and dirt. What am I missing?
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...I cannot imagine letting my dogs have free range inside my vehicles. Must be a mess. Claws on plastic. Noses on glass. Hair and dirt. What am I missing?
The love and companionship of a dog. Hair can be vacuumed. Scratches can be fixed. Windows can be cleaned. In the greater scheme of things the vehicle is just a temporary, inanimate method of transportation to be replaced in a few years. The bond and memories of a dog will last forever.
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My dog is a non-shedding breed so there's that base covered. One of the reasons I bought a TE was the water resistant seats that are easy to clean. I think I get much more dirt and dust in the truck from off roading with the windows open than he could ever bring in himself too. My truck is used and used hard, not a showpiece, so I'm not too concerned about nose prints on the windows and paw prints on the seats. Plus I'd rather have the dog in the passenger seat than a lot of people I know. He never complains about my choice of music, isn't a backseat driver, and is often a better conversationalist.
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Off topic, but I cannot imagine letting my dogs have free range inside my vehicles. Must be a mess. Claws on plastic. Noses on glass. Hair and dirt. What am I missing?
On my last car my dog: ripped the driver's side door panel with his claw, scratched every piece of wood trim that was within paw range, slobbered so far down the window sill that I didn't even bother trying to clean it out, left his fur in ever single crevice imaginable with no chance in vacuuming it all out.

And do you know what all that damage meant me when I traded it in? Not a damn thing, lol.

Guess what, he's still roaming around in the 4runner and opening my tailgate window at the worst time too

I mean how can you say no to this face:
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The love and companionship of a dog. Hair can be vacuumed. Scratches can be fixed. Windows can be cleaned. In the greater scheme of things the vehicle is just a temporary, inanimate method of transportation to be replaced in a few years. The bond and memories of a dog will last forever.
I'll take love and companionship from two rows away. Dogs need boundaries. No on the furniture. No in my bed. No free range in my car. Else they are the pack leader and I'm the guy with the fleece with 1 pound of dog hair on top. No thanks.

And how does the surly 1E I have come to know on this forum have the patience for a dog - they can't even use the search function?

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I'll take love and companionship from two rows away. Dogs need boundaries. No on the furniture. No in my bed. No free range in my car. Else they are the pack leader and I'm the guy with the fleece with 1 pound of dog hair on top. No thanks.

And how does the surly 1E I have come to know on this forum have the patience for a dog - they can't even use the search function?

I have a dog who knows how to search: It's part coon hound! Seriously I take my dog to SC all the time. It's a lazy dog and sleeps in the back seat on a blanket. It pretty much stays there but does roam a bit every now and then.
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Gents you were right, the window was down a hair! Boom..working like a dream.
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We knew that! Now how do you feel about dogs...
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I love dogs, grew up with an Irish setter, husky, german shepherd, and American Eskimo. Once my 15 month old gets to be older I'll get her a pup to travel around with us.
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I love dogs, grew up with an Irish setter, husky, german shepherd, and American Eskimo. Once my 15 month old gets to be older I'll get her a pup to travel around with us.
My first two dogs were Irish Setters. Great dogs but holy crap do they ever shed. If you put on a pair of white socks they'd be red before you walked out the front door.
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