I would assume they'll be roped off like at all other shows. If you want to sit in them, make an appointment for the Ball Park Village event.Are the bronco at the auto show going to be roped off or are the attendees going to be able to sit in and get close to them?
I am thinking of going down Sat but if they are going to be off limits hard pass.
Sat is the only day that works for me and with a home game and rain in the forecast would rather be indoors. I have no desire to be in ball park village opening weekend looking at a bronco outside.I would assume they'll be roped off like at all other shows. If you want to sit in them, make an appointment for the Ball Park Village event.
Battery charger. They run the parking lights during the shows.
Most likely power to an inverter. I've set up several SEMA shows and most conventions do not allow battery to be connected once the vehicle is parked in its final spot. 110v AC to a 12v DC inverter is usually how the lights and other stuff are powered. Never set up for the Auto show since it's a dealer event, so I'm making an assumption.ok it's make sense
That sounds about right. My FJ Cruiser ran about 15-16mpg in mixed daily driving.Ughhh, that looks like a full tank on the 4 door WT, and the computer is estimated 305 mile range. I wont tell you what that math looks like....ok, fine I will. 14.7 MPG. Sometimes you could drive around for a bit while the gauge still reads full. Even knocking down the 20.8 gal tank to 19.8 gal, thats 15.4 MPG. Gotta be skewed because that's the computers estimated mixed MPG and seems a few MPG lower than realistic predictions.
It's on because the truck isn't running its in accessory mode
The check engine light is already on but it's an easy fix. Just like in my trusty Explorer just get a piece of electrical tape to put over it. Or in my old F250 plow truck, put your pack of cigarettes on the dash in front of it.