Question about Hyundai Motor 1992 Scoupe
This sounds like something is getting hot and failing. I know on most american cars up till the early 90s had problems with modules on the distributer getting hot and the resisters would fail. then when the car cooled down it would start again. The same thing can happen in foreign cars and with the engine control computer as well.
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