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1994 Roadmaster engine will stop sometimes when running. No computer codes. Engine will try to start after it cuts off but it will not start. If you wait about 10 minutes it will start. It only does this once every 30 hours or more of operation. Fuel pump and filter have been replaced. Any idea what to try next?

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BAD OPEN COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR WILL CAUSE CAR TO STALL.

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    The mechanic says a bad sensor will not cause car to stall.

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