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Most likely causes are bad engine coolant temp sensor OR leaking fuel injectors. Bad engine coolant temp sensor will give computer false reading and computer provides wrong air fuel mixture. Leaking fuel injectors will load the engine with raw gas--just like flooding it. Try pushing the gas pedal to the floor and holding it there when cranking when hot. That forces the computer into "clear flood" mode and it shuts off the injectors. If it starts up with pedal down, that would be a sign of leaking injectors.
Hello< will try and help you.Try replacing the low pressure switch,and the high side compressor cut out switch,look on the low side for the low pressure switch(large line/hose).It will have to wires gong to it.The high side cut out switch will be on the high side line/hose,or in the back of compressor.If this doesn`t help Have the system pressures checked.If I can help anymore...firstname.lastname@example.org