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Fuses are good replaced cam,crank sensers auto shut down buzzes for as long as fuel pump runs after turning key to on postion

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If the auto shut down is just buzzing it is the relay engaging and disengaging really fast you have either weak voltage or weak control signal coming from the pcm possibly a bad wire. also try to switch relay out with one that is similar in the fuse box to see if it is a bad relay.

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