I have a 1994 Ford Econoline E-350. It runs fine in the morning or
evening. Between the hours of 11 am and 5 pm, when the weather is very
hot, about 100 degrees, it dies after about 20 min. Then it takes a
few hours to cool enough to repeat this. The engine is not
overheating, and the thermostate looks to be working as I can see the
temp changes on the temp gage.
I thought it might be a fuel pump or vapor lock problem. I friend who
works on cars thinks it is electrical, maybe the distributor. Anyone
else have this trouble? Thank you.
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