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This car has about 28,800 miles on it. Sierra Blanca Motors service mgr. tells us we have a faulty power control module and he has not been able to find one. I took him the information you sent us on Friday the 27th and he said he would contact you. The number at Sierra Blanca in Ruidoso, NM is 5752574081. We would appreicate and help you can give us. The car has been sitting there for almost two weeks.

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