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944 cuts off after 5 min.

1986-944-2.5L engine. cut off the other day. sit for a while and starts fine, runs for about 5-7 min. and cuts off. replaced plugs, wires, dist. cap, rotor, temp sensor, coil. also checked the two sensors at rear of engine. they check out by the book, also checked the air flow sensor and it checks out. the fuel pump has correct pressure and out put. have run out of ideas!! help!!!

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    Replaced distributor cap, rotor, plugs,

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Sounds like fuel relay located in fuse/relay box. This is a common problem on the 944, always good idea to carry a spare.
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