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many things can cause this. the most common problem would be that the timing is slightly off. (fixed sometimes by adjusting the distributor) it could also be a bad fuel pump (or clogged fuel filter) this would allow enough fuel to run the engine in park but not enough to run the engine under stress. clogged air filter could also cause this (not allowing enough air into the cylinders). I would change the air filter and fuel filter. then crank the vehicle and slowly turn the distributor (finding the best idle position) then see what happens. lastly replace the fuel pump.
SEQUENCE ACTIVATED BY THE PARKING BRAKE . 1. While engine is running (key in ignition switch), apply the brakes and hold the pedal down. 2. Move gearshift lever to neutral. 3. Apply the parking brake Once Twice Note: The system can be set - at time of installation - to require that the parking brake be applied once or twice. If set for two actuations, pause one second between the two. 4. Remove key from ignition (the system keeps the engine running). 5. Exit the vehicle. 6. Within 60 seconds, close all doors. 7. The system will stop the engine and blink the parking brakes once to confirm the sequence is valid (vehicle is ready for a remote start command). SEQUENCE ACTIVATED BY THE REMOTE CONTROL 1. While engine is running (key in ignition switch), apply the brakes and hold the pedal down. 2. Move gearshift lever to neutral. 3. Apply parking brake. 4. Send the start command (Model 801 & 2101 - Model 903 ). 5. Remove key from ignition (the system keeps the engine running). 6. Exit the vehicle. 7. Using the remote, send the STOP command. The system will stop the engine and parking lights will blink once to confirm that the sequence is valid (vehicle is ready for a remote start command). http://www.astrostart.com/Support/Guides.aspx
1-4-2-5-3-6 Now you need to know which cylinder is which. If you stand at the front of the truck looking at the engine, the number 1 cylinder is on the left closest to you. The left bank has cylinders 1-3-5 and the right bank has 2-4-6. So number 1 is at the left front and number 6 is at the right rear.
You need to remove the Steering wheel. Remove trim shrounds. Set ignition switch to Run position. If your vehicle is A/T trans. put the selector lever in Park. You will see retaining pin. Push retaining pin inward and pull out the lock cylinder. Unplug wire from lock cylinder. To install reverse remove procedure.
NOTE'' If you don't have the key or the cylinder is locked. Instead of push the retaining pin you will need to Drill with a 1/8 in ( 3.17mm) Bit to drill out the retaining pin. Be careful DO NOT drill more than 1/2 in deep. After you need a chisel to break away the cylinder cap. You need a 3/8in (9.52mm) bit to Drill in center of the cylinder. Drill aprox. 1 3/4 in( 44mm) Deep. REmove metal shavings. And remove the cylinder. Clean and lubricate the gear inside. and install the new cylinder