1993 ford f150 4x4 cuts off while driving down the road. no warnings no surges, no indicators. Then it won't crank until truck cools off. Motor winds and runs battery down until it gets cool then fires up. Usually does this after driving about 15 to 20 miles and the engine heats up.already changed fuel filter, fuel pumps are both ok, replaced ignition module.
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you went down a pathm but unfortunatley a dead end, was the cat. converter noisy, like loose pebbles....just curious......anyhow, it could either be a fuel starvation problem or electrical cut-out caused by tune-up, im not sure whether you service the car on a regular basis, but based on the age of the vehicle, certain inherent problems are going to occur, and tender loving care will be required
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If you replace your power steering pump has noting to do if your car die if you have a problem whit your power steering system the only symptom you will have is a real hard steering wheel.
if your car randomly die may be a false contact on your crankshaft position sensor.
is located next to the crankshaft pulley (harmonic balancer) tray unplugging it and cleaning the terminals whit electrical contact cleaner (sale on auto part stores) and if is to rusty you may have to change the sensor or the wire plug.
NOTE is CRANKSHAFT sensor not Camshaft they sound a like.
it may be a good idea to get you car scanned for trouble codes most auto part stores do it at no charge.