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Good thing for me to order now. TYSounds like something is getting hot after a hour and shutting down . Wonder if it could be the crank position sensor ? I don't know man , i had similar deal on my 93 lightning back in the day . The pickup in the distributor would get hot if i idled too long and shut truck off . Took me a bit to figure that one out . I would disconnect battery and pull every major plug and connector to pcm and fuel system get a cleaning kit like this. Or with truck running wiggle every wire and connector you can find see if truck shuts off .
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Some 2018-2023 F-150, Expedition, Navigator, Transit, Aviator and Explorer vehicles may exhibit an illuminated MIL with diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0627, P025A, P025B, P00C6, P008A and/or U0109 stored in the powertrain control module (PCM). This may be due to an intermittent or partial disconnect of the harness to the fuel pump control module (FPCM) connector, connector pin push-outs, damaged pins/terminals, or loose/corroded grounds. Inspect FPCM connector, applicable grounds (F-150 - G401, Expedition/Navigator - G403, Transit - G401, 2018-2019 Explorer – G302, 2020-2022 Explorer/Aviator - G407) and confirm FPCM connector (F-150 - C4336, Expedition/Navigator - C433, Transit - C433, 2018-2019 Explorer - C3239, 2020-2022 Explorer/Aviator - C4033) is fully seated prior to performing PC/ED diagnostics or replacing any components.