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You probably have an electronic ignition system to go with those fuel injectors. It sounds like it runs just long enough to empty the fuel out of the injectors, which means there might be a vacuum problem. I'm a carburetor person myself. Are you sure it sound like it NEEDS gas or could it be flooding?
In general, yes. This is a carb tuning issue. Another possibility is a vacuum leak somewhere, but most likely, it's a carb issue. You'll typically see your rpm drop a bit when you put it in gear, but that it sometimes stalls out points to a carb issue.
a misfiring engine wont have enough power to sustain a load thats why when you shift it dies.you need to retify the problem first.check for any presence of water in the diesel fuel.Not enough fuel pressure
the motor has an armature inside that rotates.if it stops on the bad spot,it will draw alot of current.the armature has copper plates with a very fine separation between them.after a while the brushes wear the copper down and it can bridge 2 together.the motor will still run,until one brush stops right where the 2 plates meet.if you bang on it it will work too sometimes.