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I have a 1988 chevy silverado 2500 5.7 wat wiill couse the motor to die wile in reverse and sumtimes when im at a stop light in gear idleing it will die to it has all new plugs wires n sensors

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U probly didnt need new sensors-did u havit scanned 1st------a dirty throttle body and idle contrl motor is common------use a nonchlorinated solution

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