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I have a 1997 f350 7.3 deisel and as i dive it shuts off like i just ranout of fuel so ive tested it with my dianostic code reader and it does not show a problem. then i have the insterment light flicker and it will run bad and shut off like its running out of fuel then ill start it again runs fine for about 1 minute then shuts off again so i think i have an electrical problem with a feul shut of swich or something i have no book on this problem can you help me fix this problem ?

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Try replacing your cam sensor, easy fix

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Has the wire to the fuel shut off solinoid come loose or adrift

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