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While driving, initially I get a "left passenger door open" warning, the a brake failure warning followed by the dashboard shutting down completely. Help

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It sounds like a bad connection to me . open your fuse box and check behind it . leave ignition on and wiggle the wires. if you do find a one that makes the lights flicker take it off and clean the terminal's. also try and reach up behind the dash for loose connection..hope this helps

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