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3116 caterpillar will not shut off


Created On Friday September 23, 2016 16:38 Diesel Talk
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Stroh2121
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The engine will not turn off we cut all the power unplugged alternator batteries nothing we replaced fuel shutoff solenoid and the truck still will not turn off we are completely stumped. On a side note the truck would also not shutoff before if the lights were on, once you turned the ignition off then lights off it would turn off but if the lights were on and ignition was off it would still run. The only way to get the engine to stop is by cutting the airflow please any and all suggestions would be great at this point even cat dealer is lost
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