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loss of power eventual stall

I lost power while towing a heavy load. Pulled off the highway, waited, cranked right up started driving fine then once i got going about 55mph i felt it loosing power. eventually the truck stalled. now it wont start.

I didnt smell anything burning. I used to tow in the mountains a lot and sometimes I would smell my tranny overheating (or see smoke) then let it cool and it would be fine. i had to replace it once about 5 years ago. what do you all think?
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Any chip or other mods?
Wait-to-Start light coming on?
CEL illuminated?
Tach moving while cranking?
Will it start with ICP sensor unplugged (and any oil in the connection)?
Check oil level.
What's your fuel pressure while cranking?


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