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I have a '95 buick regal gs 3.8v6, and it'll just stop running in the middle of driving. I can stop and start it right back up. The service engine light is on, but i was told that's cause of a loose plug on top of the engine. Also only one fan behind the raditor is working? is that right?

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Yes only one fan is supposed to work, the other fan is for ur a/c. it shouldent be to hard to tighten down that spark plug if its loose. that wud cause some problems though if it was loose

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