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Question Details Asked:May 02, 2010 - 06:53 PMStatus:Closed
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It's more likely the crankshaft position sensor. After so many years it will begin to fail after it gets hot and and cause stalling or hard restarts.
Finally took the truck to a friend who works at Firestone. Diagnosis? Ignition Control Module. Thanks everyone for your suggestions and tips. Hopefully I can keep this truck running for another 15 years!
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