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It sounds like the cam timing is off or the distributor is off a tooth on the gear, you should be able to time the engine even though there are codes, the cam timing should be re checked but first make
Hello, did you replace the fuel filter? It's located under the truck on the passenger side frame rail. Does the check engine light stay on while the engine is running? Air filter checked? Intake hoses
Hello, Just so I'm clear as to what exactly is going on I have to ask a couple of questions: How did this come about? Was there any signs of a a problem before or just all of a sudden this happened?
Hello, does the engine seem to turn over faster than normal like there is no compression in the cylinders? Have you checked to see if there is fire to the spark plugs? What engine does it have, please
Hello, if it runs with starting fluid and then dies out it's a fuel issue, have you checked for any diagnostic codes yet? If not I think I would check fuel pressure, you can do so by just cracking one