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Car runs when warm but when i shut it off and wait a couple minutes it wont start

Engine gets hot quickly

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Check coolant levels when cold and see that they are correct first

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SOURCE: starts but dies when engine warms up

Ok, i have a 93 mitsubishi eclipse, so same motor as mine. I had a similar problem after replacing my battery. In removing the intake tube, it split for about 3 inches on the underside of the tube, allowing air to bypass the air intake sensor ( the place where the tube connects to the filter housing). Check this and let me know :)

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How do you know it gets hot? Are you going by the temperature gauge on the dash? Or have you checked under the hood and found out the engine really is running hot? ...Reason I ask is, something just doesn't sound right in your description. After just 5 minutes from starting and driving away, the engine would not yet be at normal operating temperature. That would explain the heater not yet warm. But the temp. gauge says hot?
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If the Check Engine light is for some odd reason, not getting involved in this, I would still start with a scan and then watch the data stream to see what is going away to make the engine act the way it is. It sounds like you probably have a bad Crankshaft Position Sensor, but I would not go out and buy a new one before checking for other possibilities.

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