I had more or less the same problem. It would only happen when the engine was cold. According to the mechanic, the fuel pump was going bad. After replacing it, I havent had it happen to me again, granted its only been a couple of days since I changed it.
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First, you need to describe the problem more specifically.
Does the starter fail to turn the engine over? If so, the most likely cause is starter electrical resistance rising when it is hot. You will need a new starter.
Does the engine turn normally but fail to fire because it is flooding? If so, the most likely cause is the rear temperature sensor on the (US) driver side of the head. It is hard to see and very hard to access.
I can think of a dozen other reasons why a car might not restart when it is warm. Tell me more about how it sounds and behaves, and the history of the problem.
hi you need to turn the petral mix it just on the carb so if you take on the air breaver then you can get the right mix and its allways good to use red x or some good cleaning or even do the cleaning your self could even do with a full overhall like plugs coil and condencer and leads thanks ben
It has happened to me that, when ordering parts, i was given .025 oversized bearings after ordering standards. take it back apart, and double check the bearing marks. if they are what you ordered, use some micrometers or plastigage, and get the correct set.