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  1. Are you getting W Lead (Code 49 on the alarm ECU)? If the problem is that intermittent and only can occur in dangerous highway situations....quit driving the car till you can recreate it and safely diagnosis it in the safety of your driveway with a Autel, Duramatic, etc. If do you something and it just starts back up.. How can you confirm it was your repair or just time related to a magic restart? Since you can't, you must fail the part ala Dave and Hal From 2001 Space odyssey . (PS if you live near Houston I could help you with my Autel scan tool diagnosis all of the systems but beyond that I would buy one if I were you and plug it in and drive it till it happens). Also you can buy a cheap obd2 elm style bluetooth scan tool for your phone....and with Torque app just read basic info like fuel and ecm related stuff))
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