I have a 1995 mazda protege, It has an intermittant start problem. After running a while then sitting, it won't start, wait a minute or so and then it starts, I had the crank sensor replaced. No problems for two weeks, now it is doing it again. The crank sensor was a used part. Any ideas.
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