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Would I enter those coords into the dev console? "goto xxxcoords"? I've never used coords in the game before.
There's also the possibility you have the reverb turned off if not a mod issue. Please double check that the reverb effects in the Audio Settings are ticked. :)
However I have heard that map mods have to manually update their tunnels one by one to include the reverb. Perhaps you're using one that did not include the reverb after the 1.40 update?
The ownable trailer workaround for enabling reefer trailer sounds now ALSO works when the truck is not moving.
Now you can park up with an owned reefer trailer, modded or vanilla, and listen to the sounds! :)
The steps for the ownable trailer workaround are as follows:
1. Go into the Audio settings.
2. In the voice navigation menu, select "~ Function - Force enable reefer sound".
3. Click the Preview button.
4. Select a different voice navigation option OR uncheck the voice navigation.
5. If you want to turn off the reefer sound, detaching the trailer will work in most cases. Otherwise restart the game.