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Truck runs fine till reaches running temp then dies, no spark

The truck will run fine then just about the time it reaches normal running temp it will stall out, and have no spark until it has had time to cool then it will fire up and run fine again. This truck is a parts *****, i have replaced, distributor, and cap and rotor, fuel pump, Engine control relay, plugs wires, and fuel filter with no solution in sight. if you have any insight, please let me know. also has new ignition coil.

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Sounds like a bad ignition coil. Have it tested.

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