After driving it for awhile and then shut it off for 10 15 min when you start back up, it has no power and makes popping sounds. After a few times of this it will run fine. No lights come on, the rpm drop/
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Yes, that is normal operation for an engine. It needs to run at higher idle when cold and the computer does that through the temp sender. Make sure it's not excessive due to any vacuum leaks. This and the AC power loss would be exaggerated if the engine is not running correctly.
in my experience alot of times what happens when ignition systems get hot from running for a period of time the ignition coil breaks down and weakens when old and worn out then let it cool down for awhile then starts right back up. so look into checking into the coil break down for loss of spark
Eh , We have a S400L CDI . It won't go out of Safe-Mode (Can't get more then 3000 RPM and the engine start's making a strange sound) . On the dashboard display it say somthing with Triptron Problems, We have connected it to a Engine test and nothing seems to be wrong . It might be the Radar if you have one on the car.
if car shuts off while driving it could be a bad crank sensor. a bad crank sensor will shut car off while driving, then it will not start for about 10 minutes, when it starts it runs fine until it goofs up again. the popping could be the sensor for it controls timing along with the cam sensor.