The truck will run a few miles and when I stop it will die. I can turn it over and it sounds like it is not getting gas. I have replaced the fuel filter and had the truck in the shop and they have replaced everything that was giving a code on the computer, the car will still die and it will turn over but not fire. Did I mention that after 5-10 minutes it will start up. Anyone have any ideals. Thanks Danny
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Call your local auto parts store(s). Ask if the can perform an OBD2 check. Most auto parts stores that can, will do this for free. The print out will identify problem areas. However, it sounds like a MAF sensor in your case.
yes sir mostly its a fuel pump regulator problem . check the fuel pump pressure to make sure it is the pump regulator that controls the amount of pump pressure or change the whole pump would be better
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fan could have been hitting radiator but those vehicles are known for having problems with the timing components. And a radiator under the vehicle is most likely a cooler for the power steering. Its possible that the belt stopped turning due to a pully like the power steering pully not moving causing the vehicle to not charge the battery. That will cause the vehicle to die after the battery runs down
it definitely sounds as though you've got some moisture in your fuel. pick up some drygas or other fuel stabilizer at the auto parts store and add the appropriate amount. it should clear up within a few miles or so.
Check the charging system.
If the charging system is not charging it will not energize the fuel pump relay after start and the vehicle will stall.
If this is a 4 cylinder engine remove the blue charge relay in the under hood fuse box and see if it will start and run. If it will then mostlikly the alternator may not be charging
I'm having similar problem with mine, and I think it's possible I got some bad gas. Maybe from an old backwoods gas stationwith condensation in their tanks, or maybe condensation as mine hadbeen sitting for weeks at a time recently. I may try to completelydrain every bit of gas, and change the fuel filter, and throw some fueltreatment in when I put new gas in. Gonna check a few other thingsfirst, though.