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My 2001 toyota sienna bogs out, ses light keeps blinking, the brakes locked up, and it died out once. Any clue what the problem is?

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SES light blinking is BAD... get a shop to scan it for you and fix it ASAP. Your engine is misfiring and damaging the catalytic converter. You may already have damaged it.

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