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I can be driving along and the engine dies no worning. I let it set for 5 to 10 minutes and it works fine again this may happen 2 times a month or go 4 months between. Can you help thanks Aaron

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Im not saying this is a solution i had a car do the same thing it happened when ever my oil level was to low or other fluids it was a safety feature in some cars u could also check your fuel filter replace it if you havent already it should be due for a change by now

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I had a similar problem with a 99 Acura. There was a recall on the ignition switch. Acura fixed it for free. Check to see if yours has been replaced by calling Acura and give them your VIN number.

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