Hello all... I have a 1989 Dodge D150 with 318 TBI and all original except 2.25 dual exhaust without cat and Airtex 8094 external fuel pump. Truck is supposed to have around 70,000 miles but who knows lol... the interior is absolutely spotless, which is the reason I bought it. I have driven it for a year with no problems. I went to the gas station and filled up, started the truck and went to pull off and the truck started to sputter and then shut off.. I put new fuel filters on it and checked the cap and rotor and cleaned the terminals on the cap and rotor. I was able to limp the truck home and had to keep my foot in the gas the whole time or it wanted to stall... the ignition looked questionable so I checked everything and when I pulled the coil wire off, oil came out so I thought for sure the coil was getting hot and making the truck want to shut off... so I put new spark plugs, wires, cap and rotor, accel ignition coil, coolant temperature sensor, and thermostat along with valve covers and valve cover gaskets. I started it up and truck ran for probably 3 minutes then shut off again... would crank but not start, but if you let it sit 30-45 minutes, it would run for another 3 minutes or so. I'm wondering if it has be the pickup in the distributor acting up... the local parts houses around here do not have any distributors or pickups in stock, do my only option is to buy online. Which is ok but a pain to return something if it's not the problem... I wanted to get some opinions before I went ahead with the purchase... if this did not fix the problem, I am going to convert to carburetor. I have a truck i can get the linkage off of for the throttle and kickdown, I'll put one of the HEI style distributors on it, edelbrock intake and a good carb. I'll keep the ECM and wires hooked up with the exception of throttle body and distributor. I might have to get a non computer controlled transmission as well... not 100 percent sure on that. Thanks for any insight.