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Re: power line killing my car

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07-07-2013 03:02:53

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I would say it's coincidental that you car happens to quit under the power line. Are you saying that it only quits under that particular power line and isn't affected by the hundreds of other power lines you drive under? And it never, ever stalls out elsewhere? Do you have to tow it out from underneath the power line to get it restarted?

My wife was complaining that her Trailblazer was stalling every time she made a sharp turn. "Ridiculous", I said. When it quit on our daughter-in-law. it dawned on me what was happening. After switching the transfer case out of four wheel drive, the problem disappeared.

Look for a more reasonable explanation.

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bill b va

07-07-2013 21:30:25

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 Re: power line killing my car in reply to MarkB_MI, 07-07-2013 03:02:53  

it has been doing this for several years now . not every time but most . car needs to be at or near idle . car drifts past cut off point . sometimes times it just stumbles .if it completely dies its hard to restart . there is cable and telephone also . power line is low at this point . drive way is 200 feet long and it only happens directly under the line .

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john *.?-!.* cub owner

07-09-2013 20:05:25

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 Re: power line killing my car in reply to bill b va, 07-07-2013 21:30:25  
Clean all the terminals and plugs going to the ignition, IAC, ECM, as well as the grounds.

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wilson ind

07-07-2013 08:34:18

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 Re: power line killing my car in reply to MarkB_MI, 07-07-2013 03:02:53  
reasonable you say!!!! I have had problems with my last pacemaker when to close to ground level transformer in friends yard.

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