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120 seconds is a curious number as that's the maximum time the glow plugs will stay on. As the engine warms up, you would expect that time to decrease. I can't imagine the truck would only run if the glow plugs were hot. That would indicate such low compression that you aren't achieving combustion temperature without their help. I think you are going to need to put a scanner on it and watch what happens as it stalls.
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