Q: Q: Car shutting off.

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The heat sensor has wiring issues and the car shuts off.

I would recommend that you ask for help from a mechanic to properly repair your wiring. Once the wiring is repaired he can check to make sure that there are no more problems with your vehicle and that the wiring repair fixed your vehicle.

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