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My car has trouble starting in hot weather. It starts fine in the morning but after that on really hot days I get a vapor lock and have a really hard time getting it to start. The engine turns over but doesn't catch. I have switched to major brand premium gas and that has helped (it use to do it a lot more often) Is there anything else I can do

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It could be the Crank Angle Sensor that has gone faulty. Works OK when the engine is cold but won't when hot.

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