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I drove my car 30 miles, and when I got to my destination I shut my car off. And when I tried to crank it up and go it hesitated when i crunk it up and shut off and then wouldn't start. After letting it sit for about 10 minutes I went back and tried to crank it up And it fired right up. What should I do?

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Sounds like electrical and also a heat related. As sensors go bad they are more and more effected by heat, same with the ignition coil. Check sensors and coil. Usually you will stalling problems but that may be what's next. If your car is overheating it may let you get where you are going but then not let you start it until it cools.

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Check the connections to the battery. Sometimes this is the only problem from corrosion on the battery terminals

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