Vapor lock on 1994 Ford Explorer

Just like another question...we would go to the store and come back out and the explorer wouldn't start. We would have to wait for about an hour then it would start. Could it be a fuse or a relay switch for the fuel pump?

by in Redmond, OR on December 25, 2009
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2 answers
ANSWER by , December 26, 2009
It's hard to know without a diagnosis. If the problem is verifiable then perform a no-start diagnosis while it is acting up. Check fuel pressure, ignition spark and injector operation when it doesn't start.
ANSWER by , October 02, 2010
ive been having the same problem i checked the fuel pump and changed it and it still happened then i found the fuel pump reset switch still is doing the same thing i find that if you discounect the batery when your waiting for it to start again helps to reduce the time you spend wiating im still working on finding the source still havnt found it if you do find out pls post it here thx