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2001 ford expedition, turns off after running a while.

My truck turns off after driven a while. even after changing cam and crank sensor, fuel pump/filter.

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Have you checked the ignition coil(s) when its dead for shorted coils?

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

Testimonial: "even after checking coils for fire/spark (which I did'nt get either). But after cooling for a while....she'll start right up."

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