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I have a 2004 grand prix 3800 engine non turbo. Engine was eratic at cruise with rpms at 1200-2000. rpms would lope 2-300 rpms. I Changed air and fuel filter, and cleaned the throttle body. also checked the coil block connector for corrosion. Started the car with the mass airflow sensor hose disconnected by accident. The engine immediately went to limp mode. I had check engine light on, reduced power warning and traction control warning. reconnected the hose, no change. I disconnected the battery for 20 min started the car and everything was normal. no dash lights or warnings. Drove the car for about 10 min at speeds up to 60 mph. engine still loped but ran ok. Suddenly all the warning lights returned including traction control and went to limp mode. disconnected the bat, restarted,and everythings normal. Any ideas whats next to check?

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  • Phil Nemick
    Phil Nemick Dec 25, 2013

    I have the same problem that I can seem to fix. If anybody has had the same problem please email me with your solution.....pnemick19@gmail.com

  • John Hicks
    John Hicks Jul 03, 2014

    I had a problem with my 2006 explorer flashing all lof the lights on the dash board and it wound up being the battery the voltage was low and I had a whole slew of lights on so try that if you were to disconnect the altenator with the car running and it dies you mostlikley have a bad battery.

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I had a problem with all my lights coming on in my 2006 explore took it to dealer to find out that the battery was dying replaced it and they went away

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