Sometimes a fuel filter will get clogged and unclog as the fuel pressure drops enough for the gunk to settle back down. Does the car die when you are driving it? The other option is a component or wire will get hot and fail only to work when the engine/component cools.
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I don't know anything about these models, but my first guess would be to check the ECT(engine coolant temp) sensor and wiring. Sounds like the ECM thinks the engine is cold all the time. High resistance in the temp sensor circuit will cause a colder then normal reading at the ECM.
if it wont turn over 1st check the ground s on the car and the battery 1st. your battery can be fully charged and the car will not start even over night this can happen. then look at the starter. Note: if you have over 109K on the car and the timing belt has never been replaced you will need to have this checked as well.
No roll over switch on this model, pull the spark plugs and clean them, turn it over with the plugs out with rags over the motor to catch any oil. then put the plugs in and try it again, it won't take much oil on the plugs to stop it starting.
if you live in the states... just go to an autozone... they will scan the codes for free. you may also be able to retrieve the codes by turning the key off and on 3 times and counting the amount of times the check engine light flashes. almost like morse code... when you reach code 55 that's the end of the codes. this does not always work.