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Alarm system I believe is causing my engine to shut off at high rpm for a second then turning back on

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HI I THINK there is no problem because of alarm system

  • If your spark plug or the wire leading to it is worn out, the spark will be weak.
  • If the wire is cut or missing, or if the system that sends a spark down the wire is not working properly, there will be no spark.
  • If the spark occurs either too early or too late in the cycle (i.e. if the ignition timing is off), the fuel will not ignite at the right time, and this can cause all sorts of problems.
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No there is the problem is due to dynamo, there is sum fault in it. So, when your car RPM goes high it supplies a high or no voltage to the alarm system caused it stopped for sum time.  

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