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Car won't start after it warms up

Starts fine wen cold car won't start after it warms up

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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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