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Problem it is an automatic and i think its the timing b/c my cousin said that might be it and hes a mechanic but is in a diff state

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More likely then the timing making it die as you spoke about, you prob have an idle problem. Adjust your idle up just a bit say 100 rpm and see if this does not change or fix your problem. we will start there. you can also go to a parts store and have them to check the timing as they often have a light and will do it for free. Let me know,

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