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My 1998 chevy cheyenne 1500 4Wd 5.7 wstalls out and dies when outside temperature is above 70 degrees....

Erica Parker Long
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Asked by Erica Feb 05, 2013 at 09:30 PM about the Chevrolet C/K 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

5 Answers

nosmo
1,505

you should put a cooling fan in the engine compartment. It may be too hot

Erica Parker Long
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it has a cooling fan and it works. :) thinking something electrical???

7jimmy7
9,635

does it come back to life with a restart or wait for cooldown?,sounds like cooldown wait,ok Ive experinced a CPS failure when hot on a few, a hot coil ,meaning dead when hot? cps a crank position sensor

John Saffrahn
12,935

Agree with jimmy

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elvisman4
500

will add, possible ignition module breaking down when hot

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