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Why is my 4.3 1998 Chet stenmissing stalling it just won't hardly run

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Could be one of a number of things, have the OBD read to help narrow down the area causing problems

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What is wrong when it's cold and my 1998 Trooper powers down with the ABS light, the battery light, and the four wheel drive light blinking


that is called a STALL.
the engine was running , but now its STALLED.
and all lamps come on that is a Feature of all cars. (modern)
the that is the lamp self test. same as when you first turn on the key.
the operators guide explains all that...........
so the real question is why it stalls.
it means the engine is running so bad the EFI brain could not avoid the stall, it tries REAL HARD not to stall.
we do tests to find true cause. but usually its this.
1: engine never tuned up. the 60,000mile service POINTS skipped.
hark it fails. (99% of all old cars do that, due to skips)
2: LOST spark , see #1
3: lost fueling, see #1 filters. or worse.
4: flooding, over fueling. more tests.

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and that the RPM is 400-500 just before the stall.
then post if the fast right foot can save the stall (a key test !!!!)
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