Electronics unreliable?




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  1. #1
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    Default Electronics unreliable?

    I have always preferred a switch that interrupts current, killing the process.

    "Fiat Chrysler has a terrifying problem on their hands, which exists across a wide range of its vehicles.The company has announced a huge recall of 4.8 million vehicles in the United States as a result of an expansive cruise control issue.
    And not just any issue, Fiat Chrysler vehicles have reportedly been getting stuck in cruise control, an allegation the company has confirmed. The automaker encourages all customers with affected vehicles to avoid using cruise control until they visit a service center to have the carís software upgraded"

    From http://www.industrytap.com/fiat-chry...-control/45555
    Pieter
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    Default Re: Electronics unreliable?

    This can make the Toyota debacle look like child's play!!
    I'm not arguing, I'm just explaining why I'm right!

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    Default Re: Electronics unreliable?

    Only one incident so far, but I think they are playing it safe.

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