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GAUGES WORK SOMETIMES/SOMETIMES NOT. ENGINE STALLS OCCASIONALLY

GAUGES WORK ABOUT HALF THE TIME. SOMETIMES THE ENGINE STALLS. YOU THINK THE TRANSMISSION IS GOING BAD. THEN IF YOU TURN THR CAR OFF AND LET THE ENGINE COOL AND RESTART IT, IT RUNS JUST FINE. SOMETIMES FOR MONTHS AT A TIME.

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Check the fuse its probably getting faulty

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