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When my car warms up it dies

My car runs perfect til it warms all the way up then it will die and not start til it cools back down

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Hi Andrew,there can be a number of factors associated with this problem but the first one can be your fuel pump failure. When the pump is still cold it will function perfectly but when it warms up,it will loose pumping pressure leading to your car to die out.

i suggest you check your fuel pump pressure before looking any futhure.

I hope this will be of some assistance to you
S E Mtshali from Kwazulu Natal, South Africa

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check your ignition coil for cracks. i had the same problem. when the coil heats up it expands thus causig a break in the windings. it cost me $300 to find this out.

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You need to find oput what you loose when the truck shuts off, all you need is Air, Fuel , and spark to run one of the three are droppuig out when it stalls and will not run. Chech the carb for gas it sounds like you have a weak fuel pump.

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ok check the coil or ignition pick up coil in combination with the fuel pump

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