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2001 Ford F-150 Dyes in traffic id outside temp is above 70 F

Since last summer the truck has been sputtering and then dying if the outside temp get's above 70 degrees F. If it sets for a minute then it will eventually restart. It only does this when driving in town, when on the highway acts just fine. What could be causing this?

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Heat build up causing spark system to break down

tell tale sign is highway drive is fine (plenty of cool air under hood)

you may have spark module prelim failure
it'll only get worse eventually it won't run but a few minutes

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