Question about 1996 Chevrolet Corsica
My problem is that the car will run really good when it is first started. I drive approximately 45 minutes to work each day. When I leave for work it is fine. When I leave to go home it is fine. After the car gets warm and you shut it off it will not start. It tries to turn over but won't. If you leave it sit for about 2 hours it will start and run good again. I have been stranded many of times. For instance on Saturday I went to town. I had been driving about 30 minutes. I shut the car down and it would not start for about 2 hours. I have been told this could be a number of things, I am the sole supporter for a family of 4 and really can not afford to be nickeled and dimed to death trying to figure out what it is. Has anyone else had a similiar problem?
Well, something idoesnt like to be warm in it, ive seen this caused by multiple things, but most commonly its the starter going out it gets warm from the engine running and the brushes expand and short, cools off brushes shrink and VOla Vrooom Vroom!
So id start with the starter
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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