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Audi A6 Starting problem

I have 2000 AUDI A6 1800 Engine. Car starts first thing in morning no problem. After driving and stopping for short period engine turns over but is very difficult to start, fires eventually. If left for several hours starts again no problem. New fully charged battery is used. Have had new fuel filter fitted but problem remains. Any ideas please.

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Try starting without touching gas pedal

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