Fuel filters... don't forget to check the upright screen in the bottom of the tank. Any chance it could be electrical? The multipin connector down behind the batteries will kill the engine if it goes bad.
Yes did that check everything out so I did what farmshop said and started with electric and I've replaced 4 sensors dealing with the fuel so I'll be starting on the expensive ones today thank you all for helping
I don't think it is that but that thought has crossed my mind it's weird cause it'll operate perfect until the outside temp starts to rise I did unhook the fuel temp sensor solenoid but it didn't help still continued to buck than shut off
I would check the two relays next to the batteries. Had a 9500 intermittently shut off in warmer weather. Found one of the relays was weak and would trip out. Only way o found out was to measure across the two large terminals. On the bad one the voltage was half the other.