Might be you starter or starter rely and/or coil.
How do you reset computer on 1989 Mazda B2200 PU truck? We seem to be having a key turn loop on computer and after so many starts the truck starts stalling out. Have cleaned computer 2 times now and problem seemed to go away but after similar time period usually a week the problem started again.
sounds like it could be the thermostat ================= The problem is probably in your cooling system. First, check your radiator and see if you have enough coolant. If that's not the problem, check for blockages. How old are your hoses? They may need to be replaced.
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Your hot dog truck may be shutting down because it is overheating. This is usually an indicator that there is a problem with your radiator.
sounds like a fuel problem change the fuel filter first
you seem to have a loose connection, probably with the starter my truck did the same thing and i tightened the starter wires and it fixed my problem immediatley
Could be a problem with the lockup converter (overdrive).
Probably water getting in the distributor cap.
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Get it diagnosed and repaired.
had the same problem,it was the camshaft positioning sensor,one was put in and haven't had any problem since
leave space in case the truck drifts back slightly when it starts to move if you are stopped behind a truck on an upgrade.
The timing on your truck is probley off mine had the similar problem. If you don't have i timing light, you can always do it by ear. Just turn it clockwise till your engine starts up if it starts up your close, if it stays running turn it little buy little till it purrs..
I have a 2001 Sierra 2500 and it turned out i had an air line (vacuum line i think) that popped off of the connection at the top of the fuel tank. I pushed it back on, truck starts first crank everytime
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When the whare sensor starts to squeek
a transmission problem
sounds like a voltage problem batteries or starter motor or earth problem
Your main problem is likely a wheel that is out of balance. A secondary problem is worn out shocks. Have the front wheels professionally balanced and see if the problem goes away. If not completely gone, replace your front shocks.
becoz loaded truck has got more weight than the empty truck.....so becoz of which loaded truck has got more friction in tyres compared to empty truck...this may the reason why loaded truck starts slow than the empty truck