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sounds like a engine sensor i'd guess at the crank sensor but to be sure you would need to get the OBD codes read , this will give the exact fault so wont waste money trying sensor(s) on a hit an miss basis,you can buy a code reader online not expensive just make sure it covers your vehicle make then you have a valuable diag equipment for future use
There isn't a car out there that likes to be put in drive as soon as it is started. Mine especialy. I give it at least 30 seconds to warm while I am adjusting evrything and away I go. Runs like a champ. Let it warm up for a couple of minutes from a cold start.
Chances are they did not resurface your flywheel OR replace the pilot bearing.
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these system all have a common control module, so the lights are related to a single part failure, since parts cost a tidy amount of cash for this car have the dealer use there special scanner and see what trouble code is stored for the problem, whenever the lights are on there will be a trouble code stored by the control module.
If you drive an automatic and it starts to judder at low speeds than that means you transmission isn't down shifting as the speed is reduced. In the first instance you should get your transmission oil changed.
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