I replaced the EEC power relay. Still won't start when hot.
Fortunately, it acted up while it was in my driveway the other day, so I was
able to diagnose the problem as a flaky fuel pump bought from NAPA. This is
ironic, since I replaced the fuel pump less than 20k miles ago (at 155k
miles) because I didn't think the original fuel pump was going to last much
longer and I didn't want my daughter to be stranded somewhere. I still had
the original fuel pump in my garage, so I reinstalled it.
Thanks to all who responded with suggestions.
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