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Diesel electrical while driving down the road the truck is cutting out it is not like it is missing and it doesn't do it all the time it acts like it shuts the fuel off and turns it back on like some sort of pump at one point it cut out when i jerked it all the way to left any advice would be greatly appreciated thanks for the help

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  • sadramowner Jul 17, 2008

    At speeds of 30mph to 52mph there is an intermitent, slight loss with what feels like a slip of power or miss and the rpm's increase. This is sometimes curbed by easing off the accelerator and sometimes I have to turn the motor off and restart in neutral as I coast to be able to get full power back and the ability to accelerate. I have had the trans. checked and it is fine. I have no dash lights on indicating any other problem.

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Get a proffesional to service you're vehicle.

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The only thing i will thing about is if you ever let the diesel go very low or empty, this will cause to get air trap in the fuel system and then it have to be bleed out,
if you have mechanical injector type it is easier to bleed, but if they are electric fuel injectors then some one has to give you a hand to see if there is any air,
also most of diesel vehicles come with a water separator than need to be service or drain like every 5000 miles to find that read your owners manual and see if there is one.

Posted on May 28, 2008

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