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Xterra just shut off at the stoplight. what will

Xterra just shut off at the stoplight without any warning. what will the problem be?

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My 02 xterra did that around christmas and it had done it previously, but then started. this time it didn't. we had to have the heads and valves reworked since i drove it with a prob. it cost us over 2,000.00. good luck!

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To replace a stoplight switch, first determine what type of switch you have.
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To test a suspected bad stoplight switch, bypass it with a jumper wire. The stoplights should light when the wires are connected. Use the test light to see if there is power at one of the lights.
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