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Truck will not stay idled without keeping your foot on the gas

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Check the idle control solenoid on the side of the carburetor. have someone turn the key on and then off a couple of times and see if you can hear it clicking. if not check your fuses and see if one is blown. if they are fine you probably have a bad solenoid.

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