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Car turns off while driving it. Electricity still works car just stops working. Leaks water. Random sensors light up.

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I have been having the same problem. Do you hit pot holes when driving that may possibly jar the battery in the car enough to shut the engine off? I have been having that issue, the only thing I can thing of is that the battery isn't securly on or even the possitive and negative cables need switched.

Leaking water-Have you had the radiator and water pump checked? I know in my case it has to be a hose (it could possibly be the reserve tank too) We fixed the main hose that goes to the radiator, but no such luck. I'm gonna need to put it up on the ramp and check all the hoses out.

Random Sensors- If you hit pot holes does your track off light come on? In that case I know that's normal. I also have been told that the older the car the more likely the "Service Engine Soon" light will stay on. I know I also have a problem with the fuse box, sometimes the lights in my car will turn off then turn on, and sometimes one headlight will work and sometimes it won't.

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