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98 chevy surburban wont start

My truck would start but would die after 5 sec.. change the ignition module, new computer, new cap and rotor, coolant sensor, found no trouble codes from the reader..I am completly lost here..does anyone else know what the problem is......It starts but it just keeps dying after i turn the ignition and engine starts..

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  • wildstylin10 Mar 03, 2009

    I tried to start it also using my remote 3 times it tried still no start...Is there something that I need to check???????

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