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1997 GMC K2500 Suburban Desiel (cuttin off?????)

Ok, thanks 4 the helpful hint about the fuel filter. Changed it already. Also I went and spent more money at a shop and they replaced the fuel shut off valve on the injection pump. Help for about 4 days and went back to cuttin off again. it's kinda of weird. someday it will run all day.then the next day it will crank and get 2miles from the house and starts acting up. Don't Know? I've replace everything that i can think of accept the fuel pump and the injection pump. Vacumn test and votage test was normal. did what it was supposed to do. STUCK?

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Hello, Just saw your post. Do you have the 6.5 diesel? If so I am very familiar with your problem. Let me know and I will tell you what you have to do.

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