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Car starts first time when cold but wont start or turn over when warm.(eg30 mins driving) put new starter motor in but same prob.seat ibiza 95-96

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Check your coolant level. Also make sure that your engine cooling system is all right.

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My seat Ibiza is struggling to start now its cold..it turns over but then dies before firing ..after several attempts it starts and then drives as normal


I am from the uk so I don't no much about seat Ibiza,,does it have spark plugs or is it fuel injected?
if its plugs then I would replace them
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yes it could be just a wiring, fuse or relay problem. Most common is the starter relay in the fuse box, or a bad ground somewhere. If the relays, wires, grounds are all good, might just be the starer solenoid that is faulty, or the starter motor itself. In both cases nowadays, you will need to remove the starter to test either the solenoid or motor. Also might be a good idea to check if voltage gets the the relay in the fuse box when you turn the key, as contacts in ignition switch can be faulty. Just remove starter relay in fuse block and check the right pins with a voltmeter while a friend turns the key in the ignition. Hope this helps :)

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Wont start after it gets warm


This is an interesting fault. The click you hear is the relay, that puts power on the starter motor, but you do not hear the starter motor turn. (Or do you?)
First suspect is the battery, they do get old and tired, but you say after a while it cools down and starts, so its probably not the battery. Check the cables to and from the starter motor, and the fat earth cable from the engine to the body (in the engine bay) make sure they are undamaged, clean and the connections are not loose. IF all looks ok I suspect the starter motor. remove the starter motor and clean it.

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What's your problem?2001 kia rio cant drive till it warms up 15 min


1)Reset the ignition timing to the manufacturer specifications.
2) Test the coil, ballast resistor, condenser, spark plug, spark wires, solenoide and starter motor very well. see the diagram attached.
God bless you

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My 2000 expedition will not start just clicks under dash but doesnt always first time it happened suddenly came home from store turned motor off got back in 10 mins later just clicked sat for a day or two...


This is a classic sign of a bad starter. When a starter is on its way out, it will usually start when cold. Once it heats up after a short trip or 2, it takes more and more power to get the starter to turn. If the truck will start with a jump when warm, you've confirmed that you have a bad starter.

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I have a '97 Saturn SL and had the same problem. If the car was cold when I started it, it started up no problem. If I had just come back from driving it and turned the car off, let it sit for about 5 min, and tried to start it again, the starter would turn but the motor refused to turn over. I ended up replacing the O2 sensor and the engine temperature sensor. I haven't had a problem since then. O2 sensor can be kinda pricey though. Good luck!

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Engine turns over but won't fire up on seat ibiza 2.0 16v have changed distributor cap and rotor arm as advised by rac, have fitted new starter motor and still no luck. after pulling out spark plug leads...


if oil is sitting on top of your plugs, it wont start. probably have a bad valve cover gasket. blow oil out and dry out the plug wire boots with carb cleaner.

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Car wont start after it gets warm


This is a Problem with the Starter Solinoid. You can get a New Solinoid with a New Starter and it will fix this Problem. Also check and see it your Mustang has a Heat Shield around the Starter. If not see if you can get one. The Prob is that when the Motor gets Warmed up the Starter Solinoid is Absorbing the Heat from the Block and Freezing up. Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help that I can get! Thanks!

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