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Why won't my 1990 Ford f150 4.9 l start when cold out but runs great above 35 de

(1990 Ford F-150)
in Nekoosa, WI on November 01, 2014
Cranks over has a brand new fuel pump but temperature is what determines rather it will start
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on November 02, 2014
Suspect: Coolant Temp Sensor
$ 19.80 /ea
Part Number: TS4060SB
Product Line: NAPA Mileage Plus Electrical
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on November 24, 2014
Where is sensor located and why would that prevent vehicle from starting it act like it's not getting gas but when temp got above 40 yesterday it fired right off and ran like a dream it's almost like something is telling fuel pump not to run when it's below fourth

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