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Truck stalls when driving in town or freeway with no warning cold or warm. i have replaced the ignition coil, computer, m.a.p.sensor, cat converter

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I am not sure about your particular truck but I had a 1977 pickup which had the same symptoms. It would shut off completely without warning and NO electronics would work. It turned out that the ammeter in the dash was riveted to a circuit board through some plastic spacers and over time, the rivets had streched and would loose contact. I just soldered the rivet heads with some rosin core solder and that fixed it. I have since seen a number of trucks which had fires in the instrument panel or had a charred circuit board in that same place. It is really an easy fix if that is your problem. Hope this helps...

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