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Odd, on my class A diesel, to make it go, one would have to push the thumb switch about 1/2" inwards to unlock the shifter, then move the shifter to the desired gear.  Unless the park brake was then released, she still wouldn't move, even on steep angles.

 

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Sure, blame it on the poor defenseless dog who was probably terrified when the vehicle started going backwards in spite of being in drive with the engine running.  It's always the dog's fault.  Poor puppy can do no wrong...………  :snoopy:

Or maybe not!

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odd that i did`nt see the brake lights when it went into reverse,usually a shifter won`t move without the brake switch engaging.

so,yeah Good dog.

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Really who would I believe first? Some mumbling fellow wearing "Red" eye glasses? Or would I blame a very calm  Dalmatian Dog? :dog:

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The RV’s Driver should be taken to the Veterinarian and put to sleep.....


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When I got my dog licensed I asked if he could drive the car. They said it was ok as long as his feet can reach the pedals.

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53 minutes ago, Silentpoet said:

When I got my dog licensed I asked if he could drive the car. They said it was ok as long as his feet can reach the pedals.

Dang, you’re lucky.  They told me my dogs had to attend driver’s training first!  

Hawk

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1 hour ago, Brown Hawk said:

Dang, you’re lucky.  They told me my dogs had to attend driver’s training first!  

Hawk

Actually Lucky is my dog.

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What ever happened to the movies staring very intelligent dogs like Lassie and Rin Tin ? Rin Tin was a male German Shepherd that was rescued during WWI by a GI named Duncan. PFC Duncan named the dog "Rinty". "Rinty", was in the Silent films "Adventures of Rin Tin Tin".  How many human actors today have a record that good??:78:

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Many people of today have enough trouble trying to care for their neighbors and countrymen, and haven't the time to spend on critters.  Many don't even care for anyone or anything else.

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