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a way to check that is pull wires off of coolant level sensor and install jumper wire on the wires to the ecm and that will tell you if the sensor is bad and that is saying your level is above the sensor.If it still dies ten get some one to read your codes.

glenn akers

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I had the same problem with my 79 rmodel.It turned out to be low on coolant.It has to be either the coolant leval or oil leval.Hell if your truck was newer it could be anything from you either gaining or losing weight to just about anything.These newer trucks have more sensors then anything.A friend of mine has a JD lawn tractor that has something like 7 or 8 safety sensor on it.The damm thing shuts off everytime he runs it hard on a hot day.

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