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It starts and runs if i use the pedal i could drive it all day long but it will not set there and idle and it will die if you dont pedal it i replaced the fuel pump and got pressure after it dies it will only start with start fluid but you still have to pedal it what is my next step after pressure reg

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Check for sticking EGR valve. These units bad for valve gumming
up and sticking open creating a vacuum leak. Engine will cut off at
idle. Simple solution, remove valve and clean with choke cleaner spray. Allow to air dry before reinstalling. You can check the valve
with engine running by using a hand held vacuum pump. Let engine cool down before removing, valve in a tight spot under throttle
body on intake

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