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Within the last 24 hours, my 2001 Lincoln Continental, approximately 69,000 miles, cuts off after I start it. I can still drive it if I keep the gas pedal depressed slightly when the car is stopped. Three days ago I had my A/C repaired,but I don't see any relationship between the A/C and this cutting off problem. Also, I am seeing a "Check Traction Control" warning on the console. What is wrong? Should I take the car back to A/C shop? Could something have been connected wrong? Please help.

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Go to a repair shop

You have an ABS Braking System fault code
(check traction control)

Your TPS Sensor should be checked
with an oscilloscope,as it may be why
it is turning off

Posted on Mar 15, 2011

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