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Have 04 tittan in shop when went in run great just needed breaks front end and 2 front tires everything worked now all it does is turn over changed battery and plugs wont move off lift now does this have a rollover swith also the service engine light now flashes whiletring to start

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Ecm works in strang way, might reset your ecm by turning your key to on position then turn on a/c, then remove positive battery cable, wait 30 sec. then turn key off and replace battery cable. hope this helps, good luck.

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