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I have a 1995 3/4 ton burban 4x4 with 350 that stalls for a second at any speed with or without a heavy load. It then resumes normal running. It seems to be totally random. Here's what I've changed so far plugs wires cap and rotor coil and TPS all new. I also put on a used igntion control module and ECU. So far I've not had any change in what it's doing. I'm out of ideas. Anyone out there know what I should do next?
 

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When it stalls, anything unusual about the gauges or the lights?
 

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Nothing different after changing the fuel filter. I drove about 3.5 miles before it acted up again. Same as before.
 

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What was used in 95 on Suburban for intake throttle body or tuned port?
 

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Does it only stall when you take your foot off the pedal or it also occurs with throttle applied?
 

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I haven't noticed it happening without the throttle applied. I haven't let it sit and idle to make sure. It does seem that the engine has to warm up before it happens
 

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You seem to have covered the ignition system as a cause and the vehicle restarts after stalling. You may want to look into the throttle body injection system components including fuel pressure and temperature sensors.
 

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It actually never completely dies it just shudders (stalls) and resumes normal running. But I believe the engine stops for a second. Throttle body components next I guess. I will update later. Thank you.
 
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