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Truck starts, engine runs well, but truck will not go pass 40mph and lower on an incline. What could cause this?

Truck recently tuned up including new plugs, wires, coil and distributor.

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Did you unplug the spout connector on the driver side fender towards the rear before setting the timing at 10 degrees before top dead center? another cause could be the oxygen sensor .

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