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Right turns ing stalls for a second tachometr drops 2001 k2500 6.0 liter

Crank sensor replaced for similar problem 3months ago no codes thjs time

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Hello, the first thing you need to do is check the throttle body bore for carbon build up. pretty common to have the the throttle body build up carbon between the throttle bore and throttle plate causing some unstable idle problems. you can clean out the throttle body bore with some throttle body cleaner and a shop rag

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SOURCE: Oil Pan 1998 k2500 7.4 liter engine

You will have to remove your engine. You still will not have enough room to remove the pan from you big block by just trying to raise it.

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