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Won't start back up after driving and then park. Engine must cool

Truck will start up first thing. After any stop, it will not start back up for a few hours until it cools down. No warning lights come on.

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    does it have an oil cooler by the radiator?

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Check the vacuum lines i had a 88 ford f150 that did the same thing the vacumm lines were old and collasped after driving for awhile then after the truck cooled down it would start back up

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