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Faulty wiring mystifies mechanics and doctors alike

A car's mysterious emission's problem shares similarities with the elusive neurological disorder, neuralgia. A car's mysterious emission's problem shares similarities with the elusive neurological disorder, neuralgia. (Globe file photo)
By Anne Louise Oaklander
December 17, 2007

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I was confident at the inspection station. My trusty '96 Mazda Protege was driving fine. But I got a shock that day: a black rejection sticker for emissions. "Get a tune up," I was urged. (Full article: 709 words)

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