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I changed a water hose from the water pump and now the truck dies at stop signs i can feather gas to keep it running no problem with starting

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Make sure none of the vaccum hoses did not come off or split where u where working around

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Hi Dina:
Try adjusting the idle stop on the carb. With the engine off, move the throttle linkage from slow to fast, then back to slow. There should be an adjustable stop (screw) that you can screw in a bit at a time until you get an idle speed that won't stall when it is in gear (automatic can be more of a problem than standard)

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