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1991 Ford taurus starts when its cold then once it gets warm and you shut it off it wont start until it cools off again

1991 6 cyl 3.0 Just replaced fuel pump and filter, starter and starter sylenoid, nuetral safety switch ignition control module and thermostat

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Did you replace the ignition distributor stator? they are the real problem not the TFI ignition module. See part below. You must remove the distributor to replace this part, it would also be a good idea to run a fault code test on the EEC 4 engine control system.
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