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Whenever i put the voyager on driveshift and press on the pedal,it turn off the engine

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  • dunmart Nov 15, 2008

    the engine turn off without moving whenevr i press the pedal to move the vehicle

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Engine cutting out when accelerating??if so see a local mechanic as their is a number of reasons and without a computor diagnostic connected it difficult to advise

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