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Truck is turned on and running, begin to drive,

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

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