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steve57 12-22-2010 10:07 PM

Radio goes off briefly when stacking snow
 
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I plow my driveway in winter and notice that when I stack snow and slam
a bank of snow (with the normal amount of force it takes to pile the
snow) the radio cuts out momentarily. This happens half a dozen times
every time I plow snow.

It makes me wonder if that is the electrical system's step one for
preparing to deploy the air bags. I never plow faster than 10 mph, and I'm
not talking about hitting a curb, frozen ground, or hitting anything firm
enough to trip the blade.

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RootBeer 12-22-2010 10:21 PM

That's an interesting question.

rainhater1 12-23-2010 09:52 PM

[QUOTE=steve57;388557].

I plow my driveway in winter and notice that when I stack snow and slam
a bank of snow (with the normal amount of force it takes to pile the
snow) the radio cuts out momentarily. This happens half a dozen times
every time I plow snow.

It makes me wonder if that is the electrical system's step one for
preparing to deploy the air bags. I never plow faster than 10 mph, and I'm
not talking about hitting a curb, frozen ground, or hitting anything firm
enough to trip the blade.
sirus? it jumped in and out when I pull under my canopy The signal seems to lost for a few minutes. May be the problem

steve57 12-23-2010 11:12 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by rainhater1 (Post 389344)
sirus? it jumped in and out when I pull under
my canopy The signal seems to lost for a few minutes. May be the
problem

That's what I thought at first, so I switched over to FM and the radio
cut out on FM also for a brief time whenever I hit a pile of snow to
stack it.

Very strange......

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awful knawful 12-24-2010 03:06 AM

the plug in the back of the radio is in tight?


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