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Why would a 1982 F250 start when it has been sitting for at least 20 min but once it is running if it is shut off you have to let it cool down to start and it is not over heated?
The Starter is worn out, replace the starter and that should fix the problem. Amendment - by PayDayBill Check your choke adjustment. Sometimes the choke might cool down fas…ter than the rest of the motor and will seal up tight. If that is the case, you might try using a screwdriver wedged between the choke butterfly and the air horn to allow some airflow into the carburetor. If the motor starts then you will know that is the problem and you can back off a little on your choke spring adjustment so that it is not closing so tight. ( Full Answer )