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Change my Timing Chain and my truck shuts down by it self

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There may be a chance you have upset the timing, if you upset the timing by any small amount it wont ignite the fuel in the chambers leaving the car to die (stop)

it takes a small amount of time for the combustion to take place and therefore its not an instant spark. try re calibrating the timing and see if it works

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