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20069 buick rainier shutoff off while driving

Going down the road and at any point it will just shutoff get it to side of road wait 2-3 minutes and it turns back on.

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That could be a tough one to diagnose even with the proper diagnostic tools . Your best would be to take your vehicle to a qualified repair shop to have it checked ! You don't want listen to people on here saying it's this or that and just replacing parts that don't fix it . With all the electronics on your vehicle this problem could be a lot of thing's . And with out testing and knowing for sure I wouldn't even say it's one thing or another .

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