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Check engine light flashes 9 times and car want start?

I have changed the fuel pump, crank sensor, map sensor, throttle sensor and 02 sensors. The car will start but when it gets hot it will cut off and want start again for hours.

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You need to get the OBD2 scan on the car to give you the codes. See if you can barrow one if not you will need to buy one. it will give you all the trouble codes for the car.

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SOURCE: Dodge Intrepid 1996 3.5L No Start

First check sparks, air filter and fuil filter and all simple things. You can also use injector cleaner.

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SOURCE: Engine cut off a while and return to work 2

Could be vapor locking. See if the recall on the fuel rails has been complied with ( dealer can look it up by VIN). Also check the fuel pressure regulator, those have diaphram's wear out and cause problems.

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SOURCE: 1996 neon hard to start when engine is warm

i had the same problem with my fiero the ignition module quits when it gets hot.

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SOURCE: Long Crank Time When Hot

Timing belt/chain may have been put it slightly off time, when motor rebuild

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SOURCE: 1994 dodge intrepid would cut

Do a compression check, if you have lost compression on 2 or more cylinders try replacing the timing belt. If the compression is good across all cylinders and you have an alarm installed by pass the alarm by removing the in line fuse from the power line or cutting the power wire for the alarm.

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