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RESET AUTO FUNCTION OF WINDOWS.SWITCH ON AND OFF.START THE CAR ANB BEGIN PROSEDURE.IF INDICATION LAMP FLASHES THEN THERE IS A FAULT DETECTED . CAN U HEAR THE MOTOR RUNNING?LET ME KNOW IF U NEED MORE INFO....

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