Question about 1992 Toyota Celica
When you drive the car, it is fine, after you stop and turn it off, then try to start it after a few minutes, no go. you have to wait a good 10 mins + to get it started. after it starts, it runs fine. Any ideas? Vapor lock, bad fuel pump, maybe the fuel filter?
Tricky one. not a vapor lock as this typically isn't a problem on fuel injected cars. Maybe the ignition module overheating or could be the fuel pump in the first stages of failure
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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