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95 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9 4x4,engine cuts out for no reason.

It seem to be electrical, I have check and replaced the coil,wires, and check grounds and connections as well as vaccum lines. I had oringal had a code for the egr system, it turn out to be the soleniod had a busted pin. I have left the truck running in the yard for about a 1/2 hour and maybe it dies maybe not. I have run out of idea's. On a side not i was told you can use Vasline in plug connections to improve the contact(true or false) The truck runs fine and then it stops for no reason. We also replaced the coils, cables and spark plugs and it keeps stalling for no reasons. we suspect the fuel pump, but it is not shure. we left the truck for a few minutes, and then it starts back again. but there is some hesitations and the engine is shaking a bit.

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the vasline does help with the connections and keeps them from corosion out of them

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