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Truck will not start

I have a 99 ford f-150 that will not start when the engine is hot.I was told that this could be the crank angle sensor.

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Ford 1989 F 150
Is this 4.9 L (6) cyl. ?
Truck runs until hot then quits. Cools down then runs again.

You can get error codes. Many auto parts stores will have free loaner meters to read them.

It could be the hall effect sensor in the distributor. You need to test for injector pulse and if you don't have a pulse, the hall effect sensor will be suspect. This sensor checks for crankshaft position in earlier models instead of a cranks position sensor. The TFI module plugs in near it.
Use a noid light for Ford plugged into an injector and crank the engine to see if it lights.


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