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    Quote Originally Posted by xlr&ls1 View Post
    hi GRANDDADDY i had my 04 xlr for 7 years now i think, and its not a daily driver. i just turn it on after 4 months,wash it and test drive it ,getting it ready to take it to state inspection next week. and after all this years never experience this engine shuts off while driving until today.after searching the forums some ppl have fix it by changing the ecm and there is another thread where n2deep ground the fuel ground but on the passenger and you did it on the driver .
    my question will be .is there two grounds i need to be looking for.
    and have you had any more issues?
    Itís only on the drivers side, scroll up to the link above yours an follow those directions, I did my 05 this past spring and no more issues since the repair, the EMC cost me a wasted $1100....definitely try this first!


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    ok ,will do. thank you!!!

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