Two blocks from home towing my horse trailer and it appeared to not be getting fuel. Within another block it stopped running. It would turn over, had it towed to the dealer. They got it started once but immediately died. Waited about 24 hrs and now it starts and runs. They ran all of the diagnostics and nothing is amiss. One technician said there appears to be a history of this. Should I change the fuel pump or drive it a bit more to see if it repeats. Or has anyone else experienced this phenomenon and can suggest the cause? Thank you!
Truck stopped running; would turn over, started once. Waited a day-it runs okay on 2001 Ford F-250 Super Duty
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