Could be bad compression, with a bad head this problem gets worse with higher temperatures. Hard starting at hot could be a failing ignition coil, does the engine miss under load at hot? It could also be a failed fuel pressure accumulator or fuel check valve. Scrooch under car, find the fuel accumulator ahead of rear wheels on passenger side. Next to the fuel pump (the noisy unit humming along during operation) there is a can with 2 lines going into it. It's smaller than a soup can. If the car has high miles I would just replace the accumulator as it will probably have failed in the 28year old car. If replacing the accumulator doesn't help, replace the check valve on the fuel pump.
crank no start hot weather1991 Honda accord no start hot . but will start for a second with starting fluid . not getting fuel
Well, if it's a hot day and the rabbit is also twitching it's nose, then i recommend you to cool the BUNNY down
If there is no check engine light illuminated, start with the basics like a good tune up.
NO, good temperature for rabbit is 68.
if you have an outdoor rabbit then you should bring the rabbit in if the temperature is really hot or cold
There is no computer on that vintage rabbit. Check the spark at cold and hot. I bet the ignition coil or controller is failing , coils fail at hot.
have the heaters check, i had the same problem but fixed when changed heaters.
A "hot swap" hard drive is a hard drive you can unplug and plug back in to a computer that is still up and running. With 99% of computer hardware you have to shut down the computer, remove all the power, etc, and THEN you can start taking things out. "Hot-swap" lets you do exactly that. Swap hard drives when the machine is "hot" or powered on.
has it been running before you try to start. it is overheating or you have a bad starter.
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