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1999 Ford F-250 7.3 L dies after it runs for a little while (15 minutes the first time from cold). After cooling for a little while it will restart and run again for a shorter period of time. I suspect fuel and already replaced filter. The fuel does not appear to have any water in it.

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Check ignition coils if they are getting weak they can quit when they get warmed up. Check all of you ignition electrical parts.

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