Check the charging and alternator.
Ensure the battery connections to the starter and ground circuits are secure.
Are you able to restart with a jump start when it stalls?
Check for trouble codes.
September, 9, 2012 AT 5:05 PM
Engine turns over battery and starter is good connections are good and no can't start with a jumb start. Something stopping it from starting. Believe it might be a censor just don't know what censor it turns over like it wants to start is there a censor would stop it from starting?
Go through the above link. You need to find out what is missing. It could be a failed fuel pump etc.
October, 3, 2012 AT 3:21 AM
There are two fuel pumps in your Ford Bronco; one is the high pressure one located under the driver seat; the other one is a low pressure pump located inside the fuel tank- If you changed only the high pressure one, the problem may very well be the other one. It happened to me some time ago and I wrongfully changed the high pressure twice. It was doing exactly as you describe, would stop running when getting warmed up and could restart after cooling down. Hope it helps