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Stalls in reverse

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Old 01-04-2018, 03:33 PM
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On a fair few of them, replacing the crank sensor solved the issue. Get one from the dealer. Yeah, they are more expensive, but, they actually WORK. The same can't be said for the aftermarket sensors.
 
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Default Can you ask your dad what the part was?

Originally Posted by ramario99 View Post
my truck had the same thing to, my dad took it to a mechanic and he replaced something by the steering wheel close to the key ignition and it got fixed. the only thing is that i dont know what they replaced there... sorry.
can you ask your dad what the part was? We’re really struggling with this issue
 

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