Fuel pump issue
I have a 2002 Ford Windstar LX and last week when it was super cold outside, I went to town in it and the fuel pump stopped working coming back home. I drove it there with the gas light on and gauge almost on E. The gas station in this town sells horrible gas for 20-30 cents more a gallon than the bigger town, so I drove it to the bigger town. Anyway, the fuel pump stopped coming on and left me on the side of the road, got it pulled home, fuel pump didn't come on with key turned on, so I ordered a fuel pump. Has 171000 miles.
The weird part. Now that the temp outside is nearly 60, fuel pump comes on and pumps like normal, engine runs perfectly, shut it off several times and it started everytime. Is this fuel pump actually bad or is it something else because it was cold out? I changed the fuel pump last year also. Also, sometimes before all this all happened, it would sometimes die at a stop light or kind of jerk while speeding up (usually between 40-45 when giving gas). I switched around the relay with another identical one also. I really don't want to change the fuel pump if I don't have to as it sucks.