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This sounds like a bad connection somewhere being that it does work at times. Check all pin connectors and grounds.
See attachments too, these diags should be the same as the 55.
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Yes, loose wires. I can't see it from here, so all the components that are related to that need to be checked. That's why I sent you the diagrams I had to buy. I'm trying to help you here.
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It's possible you may need to have a mechanic do these tasks for you if you're not comfortable doing it, but it is what needs to be done.
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