Question about Cars & Trucks
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First thing a dealer will do is read the ECU error codes. Your favorite auto parts store may help if you ask nicely. It may tell you the problems and the parts that need to be replaced. If you are not a DIY, you will need to find a dealer, or reliable mechanic or repair shop.
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