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Electrical problem I have a Satun EFI/OHC '94, my car start very well when is cool, then I can drive for about 20mins and shutdown himself, no start again. I leave it cool for 1 hr and start again. It looks like something is heated and cut the current to the spark plugs. I already changed the spark plugs and the cables, the fuel pressure is ok. Please let me know if somebody can help me or tell me where can I find free the electrical blue prints. Regards.

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Sounds like a coil or oxygen sensor! you should scan the code if engine light is on but if i were you i would start with the following! usually if the oxygen sensor is gone they get hot it will shut the car down when cooled it will do it again usually when stopped most likely coil could be stopped or in your travel? hope this helps get coil treated before changing it!!!if desired

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