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My dodge avenger will start up fine, you drive it down the road and it will quit, pullover to the side of the road and put it in neutral and it will start up again, why does it do that?

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It is a relay problem, one of the ones one the drivers side firewall it is an auto shut down. I had the same problem, you can replace the relay and it should solve that problem. I think the relay is like $10.00 or so at autozone.

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