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96 f350 diesel stops after warm like key turned off.

Restarts after few minutes cooling, but stops again after few minutes. fuses, relays good, filter changed, need ideas

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Several possibilities: 1) PCM or idm relays cutting out when hot, but said it's good, but double check anyway. 2) Possible IPR regulator o-ring, losing it's seal after oil gets thin, and or connector loose or bad from vibrations. 3) Possible cam sensor intermittent failure 4) Best to hook up a scanner and observe engine data to eliminate costly guesses. 5) High mileage vehicles, check ignition switch. 97 F-350 565 EFI Big Block

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Sounds like your fuel shut off solinoid is getting hot its failing and needs to be replaced,I hope this helps you

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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    Donnie Wilson Sep 30, 2009

    Also as you stated your relay may be getting hot and failing but will check good,please take a ohms resistance from pin 85 to 86 and see if you you get high resistance replace it,

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