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I have a 2001 dodge durango, getting a no bu5 code

I was traveling down the highway and the motor just stopped. I have no gauge movement when the key switch is turned on and the motor will not start.

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Disconnect your CPU, this will reset the your CPU. If it happens once more, do the same thing this time keep a small bag of ice on it to keep it cold untill you can get it to the shop. there is probably a microswitch at the root of this problem.

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