Q: Starts cold but shuts down when it gets up to normal temp

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Jeep will start when it's cold but shuts down and won't restart once it gets up to normal temps. It will turn over but acts like its not getting gas. I changed fuel filter, pump and relay

My car has 99000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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