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Would fuses cause it to die? and or u talkin about fuses underneath hood or inside truck?

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I would check the fuses inside the car, as well as the fuses and relays in the engine compartment. If the engine is dying and the car revs without you speeding up or the gauges show higher rpm's then they should check your head gasket as well as your fuel line in the engine compartment to make sure it doesn't have any blockages.

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