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In allot of cases this issue here can be caused by a fault with the ignition module located in the distributor.I have seen this affected by heat and when it acts up this can cut the fuel injector pulse signals to allow no fuel into the throttle body.If this has not been replaced with as common as it is to fail and what is described here I suspect it needs replaced.
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O.k. inside the distributor if you look at the metal points on the wheel that the shaft rotates around under the rotor is there any rust or green corrosion at all?
Was the pick up coil replaced (this is seperate from the external coil and is located in the distributor under the rotor area?
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You may have a faulty fuel pump relay or damage to the wiring or terminals/contacts at the relay.If you can locate the fuel pump relay look for any damaged wiring or connections needing repaired or replaced.If this is or was checked and found o.k. let me know so we can continue.
The pick up coil is a very common component that can act up/fail and cause issues like this here.I have had to replace several before.The distributor has to be removed and the shaft removed to remove and replace the pick up coil or the entire distributor replaced.It can cause injectors to stop pulsing when no signal is present from the coil and in some cases loss of spark.
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Yeah that doesnt really sound like a fuel pump issue here.With all that has been replaced this can be the pick up coil itself at fault.I have seen this fail before needing replaced several times.In some cases I recommend replacing the entire distributor if there is any corrosion in the distributor.
O.k.,let me know how this turns out here when your ready.The only other thing I can think of that may possibly cause this is a fault in the engine computer itself needing replaced.
O.k.,let me know how this turns out here.
Was the PROM chips swapped over from the old computer to the new computer when it was replaced?
This is a tough one for me to fully diagnose from here myself.I will open your question up for others here to see if anyone else can assist further on this as someone else here may have more info on what to check or test for this fault.I hope you can get this resolved with ease.