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Transmission the d4 is blinking and the check engine light turned on also the light that shows all the doors open and trunk and when gonna take off to drive the you accelerate and the car has trouble running

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Thats a first for me''''well i have had in a way the same thing happened but not the trouble running''' and all i did was un-hook the ground cable on the battry under the hood''' to reset the hole system'''' you can try that and see but make shour that you unhook the ground not the pos. let me know if that helps ya'' my name is james ' you can e-mail me back at '' jay_win2002@yahoo.com

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