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Starting problem from warm

My hyundai coupe se starts fine from cold but wen warm it turns over but does not fire up, i have to leave it for 10mins to cool down before it starts up again, any soloutions

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I would start by looking at the ignition module (take it out and take it in to autozone etcc.) they usually test this stuff for free

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