After having my 88 bronco die while driving it a few days ago it has been difficult to start it since. The engine turns over normally and I am getting a good spark. The only trouble codes I currently have are for the TPS and EGR both are stumping me. But they do not seem related to the starting ability of the engine. The only way I have found to start the engine while hot is to unplug the inertia switch start the engine and then quickly plug the inertia switch back in. I haven’t been able to figure out why this is working for me but it is. The switch is not triggered and it still works how it should. If I had to guess I’d say this has something to do with my fuel system. This morning I replaced my fuel pump relay and the bronco fired up great. Later in the day I began having the same issues I’d been having before replacing the relay. If anyone has any advice or ideas, as to why I can only start by unplugging the inertia switch then keep the engine running by plugging the switch back in, I would much appreciate it.