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Try turning the ignition on (not to turn the engine over but only on) for 5 seconds and then off then repeat that three or four times then try and start it. If it starts up immediately after that then you have a fuel pressure problem and by doing this you are priming up the high pressure fuel rail. possible causes are a fuel filter blockage, if you dont know the history of the fuel filter then replace it, or could be a pump issue or a pressure regulator on the rail issue.
hi these cars are fitted with rev limiters, if you try to take the car over the red line, it will limit the car so as to not over rev the engine, if however you are not getting to the red line on the rev counter, then the limiter may be faulty, the only way to find this out would be through the dealers sorry....hope this helps sorta..please vote thanks
Several things but 2 occur to me. did it have ample oil and water, and, did it do this while the rev counter was up high?. The first you can sort, the second, it probably has a rev limiter over which , the engine will not go. Slow it down a bit and it it should be back to normal.
you may have bad waterpump,the impeller on pump may be borken, just because it doesnt leak doesnt mean its good.also could have exhaust entering cooling system (bad headgasket) if pump is good have a block test done.
Had the same problem with my motor it was the camshaft sensor and it's easy to fit yourself. Mine would start first time when cold then after driving even short distances wouldn't start. Hope this helps.