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Its an specific work, best way go to a workshop

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When my MX6 was doing this it turned out to be an hydraulic leak from the clutch master cylinder, which runs on the same fluid reservoir as the brakes. Clutch master cylinder replaced and all good again!

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did you try replacing the ignition module?
every time that happened to me, it was exactly that. I have found an inexpensive way of repairing this.

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