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Old 05-11-2013, 01:59 PM
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97 cclb dually dying

I have a 97 cclb dually that has been acting up. One day i was on one of my lawn routes and it just died on me and wouldn't start back up. before it shut down the wait to start light would flash and it will run very rough. you can wait a while and start it up again, but will run rough and then die again. I've been told to look at idm or could be camshaft sensor. Any ideas?
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