Q: My truck stalls out - 1994 Ford F150

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I'm at a loss here and am looking for suggestions. Truck runs great, then stalls out whether idling or going down the road. Have to wait 2-30 minutes to restart. Replaced distributor, coil and coil wire. Going to check codes again to see if PIP is still coming up in there. Suggestions so far are ignition switch, eec relay, and distributor (again). Has a mag pickup not an ignition control module. Any thoughts?

My car has 200000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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