Problems/issues I have found

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  1. Craig

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    Used the night light in the back seat plug, works
     
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    I like the in dash readout to check the tire pressure, so far mine has been consistently accurate compared to gauge.
     
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    I plugged in a phone charger but noticed that when waiting at a light, the engine seems to try to shut down (shudders once) and changes its mind and actually keeps running. This happens consistently. Do you notice this? I haven't tried a night light yet but maybe it's related to not quite enough current draw.
     
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    It could be the phone is at 100% and so it's not really charging... just a guess.
     
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    Either way it does the same thing but at least it always keeps the engine from stopping.
     
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    Not sure where to put this but the paint is chipping on my factory running board braces, appears to be one coat and the bare metal is smooth and shiny so no primer or prep work was done prior to painting. The dealer says it appears rocks caused the chips and I should buy mud flaps to protect the boards. If I wanted mud flaps I would have bought them already and I agree rocks caused the paint to come off, my argument is it is poor quality and painting process that enabled rocks to damage the paint. My service guy is going to check further.
     
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