Question about 2003 Ford Excursion
Truck was turned on and running, begin to drive, the engine begins to start chugging I pull over to let truck idle , truck engine dies and now won't crank over at all, no noise, nothing, all gages respond, all lights are bright, fans work, checked connection of batteries still nothing
Do you need oil do you got gas write back and ill tell you exactly wat to do
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