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thanks for the answer, usualy when this many things all happen at once i would think there is a common issue,battery and alternator system checked out ok. do any of these things have a common ground and that could be acting up or a possible issue with the ecu.i have seen online other owners of these that have had the same complaint but never seem to see what the fix was.if the end result is that it needs to go to a dealer then that is what i will do.thanks again for the help
O.k.,if all of these issues occur at the same time it is possible this is a ground issue for these components or possibly even a damaged,loose or corroded voltage or ground cable itself.If you haven't checked to see if your battery cables are loose or corroded at the battery and to where they run this should be done to see if anything is found at fault with the cables.I would also check any voltage feed cables into the fuse boxes to see if any connections are loose there.If these are all o.k. then it may be best to have a dealer duplicate the fault and when duplicated they can test to see if this is a fault being caused by a loss of ground or voltage then they can determine from there on what to check to locate the fault.I don't see any common ground or voltage signals myself that would cause this here so this would need to be duplicated and tested further to locate the source for repair.Thanks Pete