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Hi I have a Nissan Maxima 2007 last night my car stalled then the VDC off then slip light came on why did this happen and can I still safely drive my car.

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NO, its NOT SAFE TO DRIVE. Your car may loose power in the middle of the intersection and then what? VDC and Slip light may be related to ABS system, please have it check.

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