Thanks. I will try that. Everything else has been replaced.It seems to point to a bad fuel pump. When you first turn the ignition key on to the run position just prior to starting the engine, there's a static build up of some amount of fuel pressure which is probably very low. Then after the engine starts up, the fuel pump can't keep up or there's an obstruction in the fuel line.
Tee-in a temporary fuel pressure gauge between the output of the fuel filter and the fuel rail. The readings at idle should be around 34 psi. Anything far less, indicates a bad fuel pump or some obstruction in the fuel line. I would place my bet on a bad fuel pump.
* The fuel pressure may be incorrect. Tee-in a temporary fuel pressure gauge between the fuel feed hose and the fuel rail. The readings at idle should be as follows:Installed the new fuel pump and I finally got to drive it. But now when it gets hot it won't idle. Now what?