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Starts but stalls

As soon as it starts and i put it in gear it stalls out help
put new plugs wires cap rotor and fuel filter on it still nothing

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Clean the inside of the MAF sensor with spray MAF cleaner, this is made by a company named CRC, this should help your problem, also go to a Kragen and have a trouble code test run, they will do it for free, post the codes on this thread and I will have a look.

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