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Car starts and runs great then dies after heated up wont start till cooled down

Whats the problem please help replased fuel pump already and does same thing

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Wont be fuel. its an ignition problem most likely the coil packs.

Posted on Jan 17, 2013

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SOURCE: temp light comes on car dies and wont start until cools

id say its your thermostat
let me know how you make out

Posted on May 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Car starts then dies

posted starting problem with my car some said it was my anti theft device any way that I can disable this device

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My brother has a Monster Miata 302 v8. We're contending with so much heat under the hood that it is breaking down the ignition system. As my brother drove the car last night, when it was cool outside, it drove no problem. As soon as the temp went to 25+(C), the ignition broke down, which led to us having to replace the ignition module.
The outside temperature does have a bearing on the module.

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SOURCE: Car starts but wont stay running

try the throttle position sensor

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Try replacing the air filter.

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

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