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Truck dies when i go in reverse and sometimes at stop light

My truck shows me the codes:P1595,P1492,and P0305 can anyone help me?

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P1595 is a code for speed control solenoid circuits, P1492 is for ambeint/batt temp sensor voltage to high, P0305 is for cylinder no. 5 misfire. The first one could be the servo is unpluged or a bad brake switch.The second may be a unplug sensor( battery temp sensor), The third one check your spark plugs and wires.

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