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Pull the valvecovers, and check the harnesses. Typically the UVCH (under valve cover harnesses) will be loose and seperating from the gasket/passthrough. You could build a wedge to hold them in, but inspect the pins and sockets for deterioration first. This is the single most common issue that causes a truck to die while going down the road. If you do this and there is no change, replace the CPS (cam sensor). They are cheap, and prone to failure, but with your symptoms my first suggestion is more likely.
Good luck, and welcome to the forum!
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