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Had a new fuel pump installed on my 1986 F150 Lariat. The truck will run for about 5 minutes in warm weather ( longer in cold weather) and then quit. I can wait an hour and it will start, but after running for a time the motor quit. What is the problem?

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Check to see i the fuel pump relay is heating up and shorting out.

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