Q: Do I need to reprogram my car computer? 1999 Ford Mustang

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The long light won't turn on when I press the brake the lights won't turn on nether and the car sometimes won't start and it sometimes turn off by itself but the motor from a truck it not from the same car.

My car has 89000 miles.

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