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03 Lincoln drives normal but shuts off by itself after3-5 minutes when I put itin park then starts right back up?

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With the amount of electronic sensors , engine computer etc... for me to say it's this or that part wouldn't be professional . You need to have it checked out (tested) and have the right part repaced ! I have seen crankshaft position senors cause this problem as well as PCM - engine computers . Unless you know about automotive electronics , I suggest you take your vehicle to a qualified repair shop .

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