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What does it mean when car starts hard when engine is hot?

What does it mean when car starts hard when engine is hot?

Starts hard when engine hot – Maintenance/Repairs – Car Talk Community my 1991 mitsubishi mighty-max 4×4 V6 truck tends to start with difficulty (several cranks) when the engine is hot, meaning after it reaches operating temperature and i turn it off, it will start with difficulty. cold eng…

Can a car start when the engine is cold?

The car would start easily when engine was cold, but if the car has run about 100kms and if at all the AC is ON while turning off the engine, it wouldn’t start at all. Wait about 15-30min, and it would start in one crank.

Are there any problems with the warm start?

Warm start problems… Well, I think I have an idea, but looking for some confirmation… 05 Equinox, occasionally exhibits a rough start (generally after going to start it within an hour or so of it running). It cranks and cranks and cranks, but takes a while to finally start.

Is there a check engine light for a warm start?

No check engine light, normal running vehicle, just rough starts that occur when the car is warm. Just looking for ideas, but from the sounds of some forums as well as product reviews, this seems like an entirely plausible solution. It sounds as if a different problem is actually more likely… an EGR valve.

Why is a hot engine hard to start?

Most of the reasons by which a hot engine would be hard to start are based on problems related to the fuel. When the engine is too hot, fuel can’t circulate properly due to the way in which vapor obstructs it and therefore the engine wouldn’t start as easily as it should or it wouldn’t start at all. Continue reading below Our Video of the Day

What kind of car won’t start when warm?

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 13 8:52 am Post subject: Anyone any ideas (car won’t start when warm)? My RAV4 (diesel 2001) starts fine in the cold, but when the engine has warmed up (say after a 15 minute drive) it just won’t start again.

Why does my car not start when it’s cold?

to answer your question, no, a diesel engine does not have a distributor, or indeed any ignition electrics at all to worry about…. I’d be tempted to guess that your problem may be connected to fuel supply, if as you say the engine is cranking over fine, and starts ok when cold. Sounds like a very irritating situation..

Why is my car hard to start when warm axleaddict?

Look for any other condition that may overheat the fuel in your particular system Fuel vapor lock has practically been eliminated from modern fuel injection systems because of the high pressure under which they operate. Still, a worn, or failing check valve or leak in the system may allow air to enter.

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