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Q: Truck stalling out when turning.

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My truck is stalling out on turns occasionally.

This is a common complaint and may be caused by more than one part. The idle air control valve, throttle body, EGR valve and others to name a few that could cause stalling on turns. You best bet is to have the engine scanned and diagnosed by a qualified mechanic to isolate your problem and repair as needed.

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