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Truck stalls after running for a while....cam sensor changed already and oil pressure sensor changed also...fuel pump is workin fine....what else can i do?

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You stated you changed the cam pos. sensor, meaning it must be a 7.3 or 6.0 turbo diesel. These engines are extremely sensitive to low fluid levels and failing sensors, first i will suggest for you to check and top off all fluids wich include antifreeze and oil above all. if those are within range, proceed to check the injector control pressure sensor located in the driver side of the engine towards the front.

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