could my fuel pump get to hot in hot weather and make the car stall? on 1999 Buick Regal

my car does not overheat but when the weather is hot it will stall and not restart for atleast a half hour or longer.

by in Woodbury, NJ on May 30, 2013
2 answers
ANSWER by on May 30, 2013
If you have been running your vehicle with low fuel levels frequently, it is possible that when the fuel pump gets hot it will stop working until it cools off. The gasoline actually keeps the fuel pump cool and makes fuel pumps last longer. You may have to replace the fuel pumps to fix problem. This issue may also be caused by a faulty fuel pump relay(found under hood in fuse box).
ANSWER by on May 30, 2013
CK FUEL PRESSURE COLD AND HOT AND THAT WILL TELL YOU