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When hot,the engine is missing.

After driving 25/30km,the engine start missing,like the fuel doesn't come up ?I turn it off & after 2/3 min.,it runs properly for another 25/30 km.Thanks!

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  • humberez Oct 24, 2008

    I tried water on the coil & nothing happen.It could be the gas pump.?

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Sounds like coil is breaking down.Try pouring a little water around the base of the coil with car running if engine stops change coil.It could also be the ignition module heating up like the coil and breaking down.Engine analyser in workshop would very quickly pick up which of the two items is at fault.

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