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2005 ford escape stalled when coming to a stop..They replaced it with an ekr valve,,still a probem..Then a cellinoid now a torque converter,,it runs now but now noticed after 2 days out of the shop hard starting,breaks squell and third shift makes a hesitation and sound..whats going on..is it a lemon ?

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