Scotty love you videos but I have a question for you about my 2007 Ford Mustang GT convertible. It starts up absolutely fine but after it runs a little while it just dies out and it's very hard to start again until engine cools down. I put the scanner on the engine and nothing shows up it shows there's no errors whatsoever. I'm lost what to do. I can drive it about 10-15 miles then it dies out then I have to wait at least a good hour before it starts up again before I can drive it another 10-15 miles. What can I do? Please help. Keep making a great videos. Jim
Whether or not it helped, I would still do the following first, without hesitation, today: install an OEM genuine factory Ford Engine Coolant (Water) Temperature Sensor. No cheap Chinesium parts please. I'd do this and sure hope it clears this up. If not, I'd never regret it because it's always fixed my "Cranks-No-Start-on-Warm-Engine" problems. If it doesn't help, evaluate for failing Fuel Pump or clogged Fuel Filter. But I'd sure get a new OEM ECT Sensor in a.s.a.p.
Check fuel pressure.
how many miles? how many owners