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Turned on my car, check engine light was on. put it in drive and it started flashing and feeling like it was going to stall. I turned on my a/c and almost lost all power. if i put in in park and turn off the a/c, the check engine light stays on instead of flashes.

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    Check engine light and Ecs off light are showing , car drives without full power until I turn off engine and start again.

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HI
before you check it by diagnoses scan tool ?
it was a misfire detected problem ??
it cause by :-
**spark ignition plug
**ignition wiring
**fuel system
**fuel injectors
**mechanical fault
ask me for more
with my best wishes

Posted on Jul 21, 2008

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