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Car quits when it warms up, will start again after it cools

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Sound like a bad distributor, if you can replace the new distributor it should take care the problem. good luck

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I'd have fuel pressure tested. I had a 95' did same thing. Cold winter day, worked fine, as soon as it got warmer, or hot out, it would quit, and re-start 20 minutes later and go for a distance then die again. If I parked in the shade on a hot day, I'd get further before it quit for the first time. I started carrying a fuel pressure gauge with me. Cool in the morning my fuel pressure was up to spec @ 49-50psi. Once it got warm/hot out and it died, Hooked up gauge and it was at 2-5psi. Let it sit and cool off 20-30 minutes, pressure would jump back up and run good until fuel pump got hot again and then pressure dropped off and car quit. It sure sounds like the fuel pump, but the hard part will be getting the car to the shop at the right time, or they will need to let it run on the lot until it quits to confirm the pressure drop. One thing you can try is when car quits, have a can of WD-40 or quick start with you and a screwdriver. Loosen the clamp on the air intake hose where it connects to the front of the throttle body and pull it off. With vehicle off, turn throttle linkage so the plate opens up enough to spray WD-40 a second or 2 in the throttle body. Then try to start it. If it starts and runs momentarily, then you can be pretty sure it's fuel related and my guess is the pump needs replacement.

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I have a 1992 pontiac sunbird that starts when it is cold, but after it is driven and warms up if I shut it off it won't start again. If it sits for 1.5 hours it will start again with out a jump start. ...


Replace the starter for the armature is swelled up when hot and biding against the starters fields in there starters casing. Upon cooling off the swelling goes down and the starter is able to operate again. Remember when metal gets hot, it will expand and upon cooling it will shrink back to the normal size. After so long it will quit working from being so deformed from so much abuse

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My car still stop all of a sudden without any warning and then it will have a little bit of a hard time starting.


If it starts fine when cold or will restart after it cools down and run until the engine warms up, have your TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) replaced. I have seen quite a few lately that will "warm" up and cause the car/truck to gradually run rougher as the engine compartment heats up and once it sits and cools off will restart and run again. You can go to auto zone, advance auto, etc and have them run a free diagnostic test on your car and tell you for sure if any TPS trouble codes are stored

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Year 2000, car quits, let it sit for 3- 4 minutes will run for a while then quits again. gas filter or ????


try the coil packs for the plugs these will get hairline cracks that will shut the car off when it warms up and allow it to restart when it gets cool again.

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No spark after warming


it could be your coil. if it is shorting out internally

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89' honda civic lx dies after 10 minutes or warms up?


it is probably your distributer. It has a internal amplifier and when it gets hot, it quits working.

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1998 Pont Bonne won't start after quitting on the interstate


fuel pump failure is most likely the culprit. Take it to a shop to be sure.

ign coils do not commonly just stop putting out juice but i guess there is always an exception. check your fuses and make sure a fuse just didn't decide to pop.

The infrequency and it starting after "cooling" down does indicate a fuel pump failure, since once the pump "warms" up it seizes, and when it cools down it works again. This is common, however it's not an easy/cheap repair unfortunately.

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