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My 95 ram stalls after driving 45 mins or so at70 or higher or if you have a heavy load on it does it at lower speeds and sooner sounds like it jumps time but starts up fine in 30 mins or so changed crank sensor no luck help me please

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Fuel pressure is to be at 35 to 45 psi .and has to be constant, its the only thing that will do it the MAP no it wont, the TPS no ,EGR no, IAC no, you can change fuel filter first, see if that helps other than that its a fuel pump, because it start up fine it a fuel problem, your OBD1 it doesnt store a code,

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