Why won't my 97 GMC 5.7 litre start and stay running?

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Asked by Jun 08, 2015 at 04:47 PM

Question type: General

Has new sending unit, fuelpump, fuel filter,
plugs wires, and cleaned all the contacts on
the distributor.

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Possible bad ignition module in the distributor

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When you say start and stay running do you mean when you let the key go after it starts it stops running ?

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