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I have a Jeep wrangler model x with an automatic transmission, that just started having the same problems. I have not replaced anything yet. I do have a Prestige by audiovox Model APS-596 that I think is malfunctioning but not sure. I'll have it checked out as soon as I figure out how to disable it. This happened once before and I took it to Firestone, they let it sit overnight and it started the next morning. Firestone said it was the alarm.

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