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Car wont start when hot

I have a toyota avensis d4d 2004 it starts perfect in the mornings i can drive for 100s of miles no problem but if i turn it off it wont start. i have to let it cool down before it will start again.when it starts it drives perfect

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There's a host of things that would do that, one is your starter Bendix could be getting hot, when it cools your able to start again, but as I've said many things can do that , maybe a ignition module his breaking down when it gets hot. Mike j

Posted on Dec 07, 2012

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    pthorrigan Dec 07, 2012

    thanks mike for reply but engine turns over fine will keep turning at proper speed engine just wont fire up

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This symptom is usually due to worn valve guides. The guides allow oil to drip into the manifold ports. When the engine starts, it has to burn off the oil, but the leakage is so small that it becomes unnoticable after the engine has been running. To prevent this, the cylinder head(s) must be removed and the valve guides either knurled or replaced. Please let me know if you have more questions.

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