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Transmission wiring harness

Hi my 2006 mazda 3 HB 2.3L when driving just pass 65 km my car will **** and the display on the dash PRDN12 will go dark but the car still drives also AT and check engine light comes on. I spoke to a buddy and he surgessted the Transmission wiring harness ant thoughts..???

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