Question about 1995 Ford F250
Sounds like fuel pump could be on it's way out. Obviously you don't have access to a fuel pressure tester for when it's a no start situation, so maybe try this. Grab a can of WD-40 & a screwdriver/nut driver, that will allow you to take intake hose off at throttle body inlet. Next time it quits, remove air intake hose, open throttle plate & spray WD-40 for a couple of seconds into throttle body. Try to start, if it does, for a second or 2, replace fuel pump. I believe what's happening is once the pump gets warm/hot, is quitting, then sitting, it cools down & pumps up to pressure again. This will confirm.
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
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