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The 2005 chevy colbolt has a 2.2 echo motor it stalls the temperature will go up to 220 degrees and then the whole car will shut down and stall and it will read powering down engine disabled i had a dignostic reading done to find out whats going on and all it said was internal mode sum error i changed the oil had a tune up done when the car sits for tem minutes it will start right up and go but then stall out as soon as my temperature goes up past 200

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