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1990 mazda b2200 fuel injection after about 30 min engine stops and in 20 min starts up ok until another 30 min and stops again spark is ok and fuel pressure seems ok ,engine will crank but seems like its totaly dead then I wait a 15 to 20 min and it runs like brand new.

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Check fuel filter and fuel pump. replace if not functioning.

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