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Car will not start following a run

Suzuki Ignis starts cold - ie every morning. When it has gone on a reasonable run, and then has to stop - eg to get petrol, and the engine is turned off, it then will not start. Have to wait 10 minutes or so for it to cool down, then it starts !

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Need more info -temp in it high low normal
is the system charging
dose it turn over
verify transmition full
what kind of car etc...

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