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Trucks quits running every couple of miles. let it sit for a couple of minutes and its off and running again only to do the same thing again.

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Check the fuel pump relay in the fuse box. your owner manuel will tell you whare it is. thare is really no way to check and see if its good other than looking at the connectors to see if thay have hot spots. eather way i would just replace the relay with a new one. sometimes relays get old and wont work after getting hot.

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