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I HAVE A 1989 GMC SIERRA ,I WAS DRIVING DOWN THE ROAD AND HEARD A LOUD POP . MY TRUCK DIED RIGHT AFTER THAT . WHAT COULD HAVE HAPPENED ?

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? Need more info. Did it restart?
Could have blown a spark plug out of the block?
Lots of possibilitys need to have more info.

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I WAS DRIVING DOWN THE STREET AND HEARD A LOUD POP FROM UNDER MY 1989 GMC SIERRA , THEN IT DIED ON ME ... WHAT HAPPENED


Did you open the hood? It could be a popped serpentine belt or a broken timing chain or timing belt.

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6 or 8 cyl ? Were you driving down the road when it happened ?

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