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I had my a/c compressor replaced but now my check engine light stays on and when I start my car up it cut offs.

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  • PontiacMan86 Nov 24, 2008

    Yea.. I am having the same problem with mine not sure what the problem is but when I have the heater on only by itself it doesn't cut off. When I have the heater, and the Headlights on it will cut off and cut back on by itself. The check engine light stays on also. I was discussing it with my Grandpa which has a bit more experiece than I do in cars we where thinking it could be a Control Module but I am only 25% sure if it could be it. It does it to various of other things not just the headlights, it will do it with the radio, and also rear defrost. Also rear defrost when I have that on by itself the car will cut off and on I'm thinking that something is not giving enough current or electricity and I just got my alternator replaced so that wasn't it. I really would love to get this issue fixed everything else on my car is perfect shape.

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