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Old 17 Jun 2016, 11:50 am
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GREETINGS, I am the happy owner of a 2006 PT convertible. My problem is intermittent flashing of all warning lights, the gages go crazy, and sometimes comes close to a stall. Then for a few weeks all is fine then it starts again, mostly at slow speeds but has happened at interstate speeds. I first thought the tilt steering wheel was causing the problem; but now think it has nothing to do with the problem. Anyone with a similar problem, or a qlue to fixing it will be of great help.
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Old 17 Jun 2016, 11:55 am
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Sounds like a grounding problem. Look around the engine compartment and in the wheel wells to make sure all ground straps are not broken and are attached. Also do a search for "grounding" or "ground" in this forum. Lots of good information which could solve a lot of problems.

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