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Why is it that The Senator can recieve emediate health care when he has a healtth issue ab I as a disabled veteran have been jacked around by the v a health care system for over 2 and a half years

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Senators are more important than vets or so they think
A senator can afford private health insurance and that allows for immediate attention and if you do not have health insurance the department really doesn' t give a dam
Get the veterans associations involved in your case

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Obama gave members of congress a special form of health insurance. They are not forced to be on Obamacare as the rest of us are. Trump is threatening to take that away from them to try to force them to work together to fix the current health care mess. If he actually does that, you might actually see your situation improve.





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Look for an ABS Relay, I just briefly searched and didn't really find any exact picture to share with you on where it'd be located. Fuse boxes should be labeled, or ID in the owners manual. Pull ABS relay if located, post results!

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Testimonial: "Here is what i found within the manual. J Cases, ABS, located in front Fuse Panel. Pulled, fixed problem but lost brake lights. Fuses, ABS, located underneath rear seat - passenger side, removed, did not test braking and braking lights were lost again. Both of these were put back in. The only other options I found were: Fuses, BAS, but this ties or shows usages for Taillamps, Center High-Mounted Stop;amp, Flasher Module, Trailer Lamps, and of course the ABS Module. I have not pulled this to try it. or Relays, BAS Relay Mini, (Usage) Brake Apply Sensor. I could not find an ABS Relay, unless one of the four i listed above is it. Suggestions?..."

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