06 Galant shuts down while driving

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Asked by Jan 30, 2015 at 02:21 AM about the 2006 Mitsubishi Galant SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just paid my 06 Galant off. The car
lot had to take the GPS off of it
before leaving the lot. I drove home
just fine. An hour later I started the
car and drove a little ways then I
noticed my car radio kept going on
and off. I also noticed my anti lock
pop on. Then when I press on the
brakes the car dies. I bought a new
battery. The next day it did the same
thing. Changed the alternator. It
didn't work either. Could this be an
electrical problem of some sort?! I'm
at a loss. I don't want to toe it to the
car lot if they can't fix it. Then have
to tow it else where. SOMEONE
PLEASE HELP!!

2 Answers

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Car won't start after it dies. But if I leave it sit for awhile it will run and do the same thing again.

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How long have you had the car buy the way a car knows when its been paid off.thats when they break.you pressing on the brake has nothing to do with anything.ok why did they have to take the gps.didnt you pay for that.does it start now

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