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97 f-150 wont start sometimes when hot

At the end of last summer my 97 ford f-150 got to where it wouldn't restart sometimes on hot days after i had driven it until the engine had cooled (15 mins. to 2 hrs.). I had no issues with this all winter, but today the temp is up again and i killed it at the post office, came back out and it would not fire up for a half hour. It turns over just wont fire.

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  • timntiff07 Apr 21, 2009

    getting fuel no spark until engine cools

  • Calikat85 Apr 29, 2009

    My ford f150 wont start when its hot either. it works fine in the winter. It turns over but wont start, but will after about 10-20 min wait. Then works fine. Could this be ignition module??

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Check for spark. Also listen for the fuel pump to kick on or spray starting fluid in the throttle body to see if it starts. If the fuel pump isn't kicking on then its your fuel pump and its located in the tank

Posted on Apr 21, 2009

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    johnny wyatt Apr 22, 2009

    Change the coil pak

  • John todd Aug 23, 2013

    So when the temp is high the fuel pump wont Work?

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