While driving engine starts to sputter and stalls, after you wait for a time it will start and run fine, have replaced battery, ignition coil, timing belt, both O2 sensors. Check engine light resets after starting I have taken to shop and nothing ever shows up or happens.Have also replaced the fuel pump and filter. Could it be the Power Control Module .
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my be the wrong dip stick, wont be the first join the geo forum and ask. or do your own oil change, put in the exact amount in the FSM or op guide. then dipstick it, at the full mark.? then dip is right. if not, then wrong. easy huh?
old post, but others might find it useful. sounds like you cranked the battery dead. huh? 1problem is not 2. why it dont start is comlex. ever check compression, ever put in new timing belt at 60,000 miles (every) ever tune it up, ? and for sure every 60k, per the op. guide in glove box>?
This sounds more like an ignition problem if you have the service manual that came with the truck it has diagnostics to check your coil, igniter, distributor, wires etc.. also you may want to look at your coil wire going to the distributor and if there is an in-line resistor replace the wire as the resistor is probably bad and when it heats up it interupts voltage to the distributor, wires, plugs etc.. when it cools down it will work for a while-- probably more often when the ambient air temperature is hot or above 90 degrees farenheit.