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Old 21 Mar 2006, 09:20 am   #1 (permalink)
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Thanks for the reply on sudden acceleration. I tried cleaning the throttte
and everything around and it worked. Now I have a different problem, car
runs beautiful but if I turn the car off after starting it once it will
not start for approximately 12 to 14 hours after it was first running. If
I start the car in the morning and work my usual 8 hours I will not be
able to turn car on, so I usually wait till the next morning. If I turn
car on and shut it off a minute after it was turned on ,it still does not
turn on. When I first start the car, it starts like a champ, right on the
money the problem is restarting afterwards, Any Ideas? Thanks fellows!

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Old 21 Mar 2006, 09:57 am   #2 (permalink)
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A car need fuel, air and spark to run, eliminate areas, see if it gets
spark, pull a plug wire and with a extra plug test it. If no spark check
coil first if thats ok there is a module maybe in the distributor to
check.

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Old 21 Mar 2006, 11:24 am   #3 (permalink)
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Rabinoso wrote:
> Thanks for the reply on sudden acceleration. I tried cleaning the throttte
> and everything around and it worked. Now I have a different problem, car
> runs beautiful but if I turn the car off after starting it once it will
> not start for approximately 12 to 14 hours after it was first running. If
> I start the car in the morning and work my usual 8 hours I will not be
> able to turn car on, so I usually wait till the next morning. If I turn
> car on and shut it off a minute after it was turned on ,it still does not
> turn on. When I first start the car, it starts like a champ, right on the
> money the problem is restarting afterwards, Any Ideas? Thanks fellows!


Check the distributor...?

I'm assuming the battery's working ok...? The starter motor starts
with no problems, right?

If you just got the car, did you change the spark plugs?

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Old 21 Mar 2006, 01:03 pm   #4 (permalink)
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"Rabinoso" <rabinoso@msn.com> wrote in message
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> Thanks for the reply on sudden acceleration. I tried cleaning the throttte
> and everything around and it worked. Now I have a different problem, car
> runs beautiful but if I turn the car off after starting it once it will
> not start for approximately 12 to 14 hours after it was first running. If
> I start the car in the morning and work my usual 8 hours I will not be
> able to turn car on, so I usually wait till the next morning. If I turn
> car on and shut it off a minute after it was turned on ,it still does not
> turn on. When I first start the car, it starts like a champ, right on the
> money the problem is restarting afterwards, Any Ideas? Thanks fellows!


Hmmm,..sounds like something is sticking, which requires a long time to
reset for the next start. This could be difficult to find. You will need to
take it to a good tuning place. I remember an EFI car which had crud around
the fuel-pump pick-up. Once it sat over night, the crud fell away from the
pickup,..the it would start OK. Once running the pump managed to suck enough
fuel thru the crud,..but once it was stopped, the pump could not produce
sufficient fuel-pressure until the crud settled again. The same can happen
to fuel-filters.

Check the ignition as indicated. If OK, get the fuel-pressure checked.

Jason


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Old 21 Mar 2006, 02:08 pm   #5 (permalink)
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Or overheating, the computer ignition module on my boat would do the
same thing.

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Old 23 Mar 2006, 08:47 am   #6 (permalink)
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Check the coolant temperature sensor.
Sounds like it runs fine cold - but the ECM isnt' getting the signal to
start when warm.

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