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I was accelerating away from traffic lights,i was waiting for it to go into top gearand the stop light came on, i lost power steering and engine cut out. i turned everything and started it again with no problems at all. just concerned why it happened. has anyone else had this problem. ?. ta

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Check what rpm's you had when the engine cut out as you probably exceeded max rpm's setting for safe engine / rear box operation as set by sensors in the ECM

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check belts on engine one is missing or broken

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could be fluid but just check that none of the belts have snaped

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hi had same problem on a 04 reanult trafic 100dci changed the EGR valve but no success then changed the fuel filter and new seals and its been fine ever since hope this helps

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Check timing belt and idling. Your idling revs should be poor. Check out tacho. It should be at least 700rev/min.

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