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Frmconcrete09

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About Frmconcrete09

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  • Birthday 02/21/1985

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Southern illinois
  • Interests
    Mack trucks, drive them daily, and happen to love them

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    frmconcrete@yahoo.com

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  • Make
    Mack
  • Model
    Dm690s
  • Year
    2000
  • Other Trucks
    We have 9 rd690s and 4 dm690s

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  1. Actually I guess I should add that I also replaced the oil pressure sensor because the other day as soon as I started it I got the code 1-1 for low oil pressure and the truck kinda went into a rough idle , so I pressed the accelerator a bit as to keep it running and it leveled out and ran fine . After that the buzzer/ lights both went off . That was the only time it ever threw code 1-1 So we replaced both sensors to be safe, but now the truck still has the code 1-7 everyday . I will check the wires again , but I see no place they could be troubled as they are wrapped in loom and then run into the bigger harness .
  2. Hi guys, I've got the same problem on a 00 rd690 . I've replaced the sensor and also used a piece of wire and jumped the plug but the light and buzzer continue to stay on. Today i checked the voltage to the plug and have nothing. Also what do you mean by pin a and b ? Are you speaking of each wire?
  3. I'll also be the test dummy , send me two sets of the 7" rounds , I'll put them in the dm's and beat them to death on our great country roads .... I'll send feedback ... Let me know if you need an address
  4. Wow what a steal .... Would love to have that beast
  5. Yes I know, but having to travel close to a thousand miles to inspect a truck that's not been driven in 6 to 8 years and just jump in and head home is not for me.. it would be much easier if it were closer .. My father has stories I've heard of flying a few guys out to drive mixers home and when the got to their destination the drums on the trucks had been chipped out with sledge hammers... From the outside...nothing like the pictures he had received... Needless to say they flew back home Not saying this would be the case with this listing..... Just something to think about ...lotta miles from home And lotta extra cash to travel
  6. If it was closer to Illinois I would be interested. Seems like all the deals come up half way across the country
  7. once you go black, you'll wish that shiny paint was white ..... one of life's lessons unless your just using it as a show truck and know how to keep that black mess perty
  8. have a 2001 ch613 flashing the lightening bolt 2-6 any help would be appreciated thanks Evan m
  9. Never have run a e6 but I can tell you the e7s are tough as nails , we run 15 of them daily in rd and dm mixers and dumps ... I dont think you can go wrong with them
  10. I'd like to have a few minutes with the coward that lit that fire , he's obviously not a man, let alone firefighter
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