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I have an 06 freightliner century class with a Detroit. While driving if I hit any medium to large bump in the road or cross railroad tracks my truck stalls the check engine light comes on and it temporarily dies and comes back on. As long as im going down smooth highway no problems. but city driving is the worst because most city streets are in need of repair. im thinking it may be the fuel filter which was changed probably back in May of 2014

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Check the wire to fuel pump

Posted on Nov 17, 2014

  • Dominic Castleberry Nov 17, 2014

    Thks you dennis I will check it out and post the results

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