i had this problem on a older Ford it was the module in the bottom of the distributor and the same problem in a newer car and it was the module under the coil packs The last answer is correct. Although it could also be the coil pack. If the resistance is off a little bit, it will get worse as the vehicle heats up. It will then kick the auto shut down relay and your done till it resets. Check the module and the coil pack. Depending on the kind of vehicle you have it could be either or both if it's a GM car from the 1980s or 1990s the fuel filter can get clogged to the point where the engine will stall after it's warmed up even tho the fuel pump etc etc are all okay. it does this because the filter is is mounted low and it's filling up due to gravity when the car is off. this often happens on Firebirds/Camaros and can be quite a problem. try changing the fuel filter. ps The diagnostic computer will often fail to see the problem
try replacing the ignition coil. after it hots, it starts breaking down and will not fire again until it cools off
check ur starter the internal metal brushed might be swelling up and stoping it from starting i had that happen on my old ford when oil driped in to the starter and when i would stop after the car was warm it would cut off and wouldn't start until the starter cooled when i replaced it, it never happened again.
you have a bad crank senser
My 92 PA had the same problem. After it cooled down it would start again. The crank and the cam sensors were found to be bad. These were replaced and I have had no problem since.
Ran into this same problem on my 1991 Grand Prix. Could drive it for awhile till it got up to normal operating temp. After that it would die again and would not start until cooled off. Turns out it was ignition control module. This part can be taken off and taken to an auto parts store to be tested. Once replaced, no more problems.
I have the same problem. Let me know if you find out.
It can be melted, but would form the same type of rock when it was cooled and hardened again, the structure depending on how it cooled and how fast.
your crank angle sensor playing up.
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We had the exact same problem with one of our vehicles. It would start when the engine was cool, but once the engine got hot it just shut down. It wouldn't start again till the engine cooled. The problem was fixed by replacing the module under the coil packs. It has to be tested while still hot to be able to determine if it's the problem, once that module cooled it tested just fine, but was bad. Hope this helps!
Could be that the coil (or coil packs) is breaking down and fails when it gets hot and then works again when it has cooled slightly after a few minutes. A good garage would check this easily and quickly especially a main dealer for the car.
I had the same problem, also it would run but when it was hot, it would not start until the engine cooled down. my alternator was putting out 12.2 with no load, drew down to 11.9 with load, not dead but poor output. Changed the alternator and the problem went away.
a liquid then if cooled further it would turn into a solid a liquid then if cooled further it would turn into a solid
When liquid water is cooled, it contracts like one would expect until a temperature of approximately 4 degrees Celsius is reached. After that, it expands slightly until it reaches the freezing point, and then when it freezes it expands by approximately 9%
Have a 98 2.7 litre that would do that. Before doing anything else, replace ASD relay in engine compartment fuse block (diy $12). Would start fine cold, but often would not start after shutting off when engine was warm. Had to wait until engine compartement cooled off. Was getting fuel but no spark.
No. Cooled lava would be igneous.
We would die and crumble and have a cooled crust and we'd die
you would most likely have to wait for a few years until your credit can start to steadily go up again.
I have a 92 cutlass ciera doing that, would run til it got hot, then die...ended up being the crank shaft sensor. hope this helps
I would start with replacing the fuel filter. Also they are bad about fuel leaks from the fuel pressure regulator.
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My 2003 Chevy Tracker would not restart when it was hot and finally would stall & not restart until it sat and cooled off for 10 minutes. It would crank but not start. We replaced the camshaft it solved the problem. It was located at the back of the engine, at the top and is held by just one screw.
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I would wait 30 minutes to 1 hour. Just wait until the Jello is cooled down