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Giving a tune up, the car will turn off while driving then start back up

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You have wiring issues. check all conections on the fuse pannels under hood.only under the hood.check battery connections for looseness. and or it could be a short in stering column.

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CHECK ALL VACUUM HOSES AND SPARK PLUGS WIRES MAKE SURE THEY ARE ON GOOD.RECHECK PLUGS GAPS OR USING WRONG TYPE OF SPARK PLUGS WILL CAUSE ENGINE TO STALL.

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