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All the electic on dashboard goes off for a split second and then returns while i am driving the car. the guages needles go down and then return to full function in a second. this keeps happening.

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These cars are based off the Accords, and the Accords are NOTORIOUS for the ignition switch wearing out (I've been through three OEM switches, not the cheap generic parts store switches, in less than 200,000 miles). If this is the problem, you can also look forward to your car beginning to stall at random times, sometimes dangerously, while going down the road.

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