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A-trac issue?

Yesterday I backed my 2012 GT out of the garage and then realized I forgot something in the house. So I shut the car off went in the house and was back in the car in probably two minutes. I was doing a slow roll through the neighborhood when suddenly it felt like all four brakes started to pulse and power was lost to the engine. The car has ~18K on it and has never had a problem. Iím wondering if running the car for a minute then shutting it down and restarting it a couple of minutes later caused a problem? Has anyone else had this happen?


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Ordered = 4/30/11
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ETA = 7/15/11
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Yesterday I backed my 2012 GT out of the garage and then realized I forgot something in the house. So I shut the car off went in the house and was back in the car in probably two minutes. I was doing a slow roll through the neighborhood when suddenly it felt like all four brakes started to pulse and power was lost to the engine. The car has ~18K on it and has never had a problem. Iím wondering if running the car for a minute then shutting it down and restarting it a couple of minutes later caused a problem? Has anyone else had this happen?
Be sure to bring this up to your dealer as soon as possible, Joel C. Let me know what they say.

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