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Car dies when it warms up. just replaced carb, think it has to do with this


Vapor lock again! Make sure the fuel lines are away from hot surfaces, or insulated.
Also, when it warms up, the automatic choke turns off, and the idle setting has to be set to run at that temp. There will be idle jets, maybe two, and idle stop setting for the linkage.

Nov 26, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Quits after warm up wont restart


sounds like you have a fuel pump problem, fuel pumps will usually get hot and then shut off allowing it to sit 30 mins lets the pump cool down allowing it to start pumping, the way you can test it is get a can of starting fluid the next time it quits raise your hood and spray some fluid down into the throttle body and if it starts and then dies it is most likely your fuel pump, hope this helps.

Feb 02, 2013 | 1999 Dodge Dakota

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It overheats after 20 or 30 miles of driving. Is this a head gasket issue or radiator system leak ?


if it was a head gasket it would overheat long before 20-30 miles if there is no sign of water leaking from hoses etc when the car has warmed up it is most probably the radiator or possibly the water pump or thermostat has called it a day

Jun 12, 2010 | 1985 Toyota MR2

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Non starting when warm (wait for 30 mins - ok)


I had a similar problem with a motor bike. It turned out to be a dirty air filter.

If replacing the air filter does not have the desired effect, heck out the general condition of the plugs, carburetor (for dirt) and ignition settings.

Jan 25, 2010 | Seat Babeskin Bodycare Inc. Cover,...

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No oil pressure at idle once motor warm


Re-new the engine oil and see if the problem persists.
Low oil pressure at idle is usually a sign of a worn motor - worn camshaft and crank bearings allowing excessive oil to pass.

Oct 09, 2009 | 1989 Pontiac Firebird

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New WTW5700SW clothes washer. 1 week old. Worked great for 1 week. Temperature control problem. The cold setting provides hot water. The warm and hot setting provide cold water. The warm setting...


the temp thermister in the control panel is bad, lowes has a 30 day return policy if they delivered it have them bring you a new one, if you picked it up take it back, get a new one no need in starting out with an new almost out of the box washe with problems

Apr 13, 2008 | Washing Machines

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