I have a 1989 Ford xlt. It's runs fine until it's gets hot then it's doesn't want to run. Any ideas.

Asked by Oct 26, 2016 at 11:33 AM about the 1989 Ford F-150 XLT Standard Cab LB

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You might want to replace the ICM. Ignition control module, also known as the TFI module. Attaches to the side of the distributor. Classic symptom of a failing one is once the car warms up, it will stall and not start back up until cool.

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