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Old 02-23-2013, 12:46 PM
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Well since we are all talking to ourselves here I actually had this happen yesterday. Shut my truck off while still in drive and the keyfob was stuck. All I did was put it into park and it came right out. Obviously this is by design so if it is not exactly in park the end result would be a stuck keyfob. Interesting to hear that GM trucks do not have any problems.
That's the trucks way of saying DRIVE ME and DON'T PARK ME
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That's the trucks way of saying DRIVE ME and DON'T PARK ME
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Hate to disagree with a fellow member"Azur' but in this case you can fix stupid.I have done this before however when ordering my 2013 LARAMIE I GOT "kEY LESS ENTRY".
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That was an attempt on sarcasm. Sorry, I'm known to be a little dry on my delivery sometimes, lol.
It annoys me when people come onto forums just to complain about a minor problem and proceed to trash talk about their own vehicle. Its safe to say most people that do this are vehicle illiterate, and will ultimately find something to complain about on the new vehicle that they trade their old one in for. Fixing a mechanical problem is achievable, fixing dumb is a lot harder
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Hate to disagree with a fellow member"Azur' but in this case you can fix stupid.I have done this before however when ordering my 2013 LARAMIE I GOT "kEY LESS ENTRY".

When I mentioned "you can't fix stupid" I was just echoing the above quote of "fixing dumb is a lot harder" by RAM EM.
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You really can't fix stupid. I'm sure someone will complain about the pushbutton just can't be pushed for some reason. LOL
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Another thing about not being able to remove the key when it is not fully in Park actually is a good thing
First you are not likely to forget your key in the ignition, i always use my FOB to lock & unlock the doors
Secondly, you don't have to watch your vehicle roll across the street when the load on the Parking Pawl causes it to move, when you close the door(s)
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That was an attempt on sarcasm. Sorry, I'm known to be a little dry on my delivery sometimes, lol.
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Lol! My dealer is in a lot of trouble then. Fixing problems isn't their specialty as for the dumb - its a lost cause. They told me that due to MDS my Hemi wasn't designed for a block heater, WTF does that have to do with it? Good thing I'm smart enough to find a different dealer!
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Lol! My dealer is in a lot of trouble then. Fixing problems isn't their specialty as for the dumb - its a lost cause. They told me that due to MDS my Hemi wasn't designed for a block heater, WTF does that have to do with it? Good thing I'm smart enough to find a different dealer!

They told me that due to MDS my Hemi wasn't designed for a block heater,

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