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Car stalls out when taking a right turn - 1997 Ford Escort

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I\'ve seen this because of the ignition switch. I know, it sounds crazy. Do you have a million keys and other stuff on your key ring? Try using just the car key alone and see what happens. If it doesn\'t stall, I say it\'s the switch. Too much stuff on your keyring is hard on the ignition contacts. Give it a try.........

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